Webinars: New evidence to bend the curve of progress for women’s, children’s and adolescent’s Health


This month, PMNCH and partners hosted a series of webinars aimed at highlighting new evidence to bend the curve of progress for women’s, children’s and adolescent’s Health. Recordings of the webinars, on a range of topics from Universal Health Coverage, adolescent health to stillbirths, can be found below

Putting women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health at the heart of Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

7 DECEMBER 2016 | ONLINE — This webinar presented the recent report—A Common Cause— published by Save the Children and PMNCH. The report discusses how SRMNCAH and Universal Health Coverage need to be better-aligned to address persistent inequities in access to healthcare and can join forces to make a real difference to the health of the world’s poorest and most excluded people.

How can business advance adolescent health?

8 DECEMBER 2016 | ONLINE — This was a dynamic webinar featuring business representatives, youth and development partners highlighting current challenges facing adolescent health, and spotlighting on the ground actions being driven by the private sector, with opportunities for greater impact. PMNCH’s Adolescent & Youth Constituency also shared some of their exciting initiatives to drive advocacy, accountability and meaningful engagement for youth in support of Every Woman Every Child, the Global Strategy and the SDGs.

Maintaining momentum and building on strategies to prevent stillbirths

9 DECEMBER 2016 | ONLINE — In January 2016 Lancet launched a special series on stillbirths which provides the newest still birth estimates, highlights missed opportunities, assesses the impact of stillbirths on women and societies, and presents evidence for action to end preventable stillbirths by 2030, echoing the call of the Every Woman Every Child movement and the Global Strategy. The webinar reviewed the progress that has been made on ending preventable stillbirth deaths, highlighted strategies for accelerated progress and providing better care to women and families following stillbirths. Recording available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85WR2Nsg2Dc&feature=youtu.be