ACCESS program for maternal and child health: engaging faith groups


ACCESS program for maternal and child health: engaging faith groups

Begin in 2004, ACCESS was a 5-year flagship program of USAID to improve maternal, newborn and women’s health.   JHPIEGO- an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University led this consortium of partners,   Sarla Chand led the faith based partnerships component of the program in  Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, India linking providers from faith based health  and religious leaders to the ACCESS program  to strengthen and expand   maternal and newborn health care services of FBOs.

 

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