#RMNCHResults LIVE TWEETCHAT
How can we do a better job keeping our promises to women and children?
25 September 2012
The chat featured The Lancet's Editor and the iERG Chair, Richard Horton, and PMNCH Technical Officer Economics, Henrik Axelson, who helped author the PMNCH 2012 Report.
The majority of developing countries are expected to fall short of the Millennium Development Goal targets for reducing maternal and child mortality by 2015. Commissioned by the independent Expert Review Group (iERG) under the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health to inform its report to the UN Secretary-General during the 2012 UN General Assembly, the latest 2012 report from the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) - Analysing Progress on Commitments to the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health - sheds light on the big picture reasons why more progress is not being made to end these needless deaths.
On Tuesday, 25 September 2012, Richard Horton, The Lancet's Editor and Chair of the independent Expert Review Group of Information and Accountaiblity for Women’s & Children's Health, and PMNCH Technical Officer Economics, Henrik Axelson, joined PMNCH Tweet Chat to discuss how we can do a better job keeping reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health commitments to the world’s most vulnerable women and children.
The #RMNCHresults Tweet Chat can be read in "Story" format format in its entirety.