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Community-based newborn care (CBNC) is a strategy to reduce persistently high neonatal mortality through the Health Extension Program (HEP). It was found that supportive supervision visits were an effective intervention in improving the consistency of skill of neonatal sepsis management.
The Last 10 Kilometers (L10K) project uses a community-based strategy to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) care-seeking behavior and practices. The evidence-based practices from L10K informed strategies of the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and have guided scale-up of programs region-wide and nationally.
This poster was presented at the IHI Africa Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare in Durban, South Africa.