USAID’s MaMoni Maternal and Newborn Care Strengthening Project Concludes, Marks Successful Five-Year Initiative in Bangladesh

July 3, 2023, Bangladesh: The USAID Bangladesh’s MaMoni Maternal and Newborn Care Strengthening Project (MNCSP) concluded its highly successful five-year initiatives with a ceremonious event, held in Bangladesh. Save the Children in Bangladesh, along with consortium partners, worked in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) to enhance health outcomes for mothers and newborns in 17 project districts.

The project, aimed at improving the quality of maternal and newborn care services, strengthening health systems, and promoting community engagement, has made significant strides in ensuring better access to essential healthcare. Through the concerted efforts of the project team, the Government’s goal of ending preventable maternal and neonatal deaths has been significantly advanced.

USAID’s MaMoni Maternal and Newborn Care Strengthening Project recommendations include further support and expansion of these interventions to encompass all 64 districts of Bangladesh. The focus will be on fostering collaboration with implementing partners and donors, ensuring that the life-saving initiatives continue to thrive.

The impact of the project has been substantial, directly benefiting district and upazila health management, medical college hospitals, district hospitals, mother and child welfare centers, upazila health complexes, and union-level health facilities. By working together, the project partners have contributed to a stronger health ecosystem that prioritizes the well-being of mothers and newborns across Bangladesh.

The success of the MaMoni Maternal and Newborn Care Strengthening Project sets a remarkable example for future endeavors in the field of maternal health and newborn care. As the project concludes, its achievements pave the way for a brighter and healthier future for all citizens of Bangladesh.

Tags: MaternalHealth, NewbornCare, MNCSP, MaMoni, SaveTheChildren, Bangladesh

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