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Can Measurement Inspire Change for Women and Children?

Inequity in healthcare cannot be addressed without measurement

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Documentary Captures the Lives of Midwives in Southern Ethiopia

Paolo Patruno has dedicated his creative work to showing the critical need for scaled up maternal health services and programs in sub-Saharan Africa through multimedia. Paolo Patruno, Patruno is a photographer and documentarian who travels throughout the continent documenting births.

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11 Reasons to Be Optimistic in 2014

Although the news often focuses on doom and gloom, there is plenty of good news around the world. As we head into 2014, here are 11 reasons to be optimistic.

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7 Ways to Start Some Good this Holiday Season

How are you giving back this Holiday Season? Catapult makes it easy with this list of seven ways to do good.

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Ethiopia’s Immunisation Transformation…

Just a decade ago, Ethiopia’s immunisation coverage rate was as low as 28%, by measure of the World Health Organization/UNICEF, and no more than 51% by Ethiopia’s own estimate. Either way, millions of its children were not being vaccinated against deadly diseases. Today, Ethiopia has a health system that is on its way to becoming a model for others, transformed through a decentralised, robust approach led by the country’s Ministry of Health.

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