In 2020, health workers saved 1,233 newborns by implementing the infant CPR they learned from LifeNet.
Thousands of mothers, children, and other vulnerable and underserved people in sub-Saharan Africa are dying from preventable diseases and conditions because health workers and health facilities lack the knowledge and tools they need to provide quality care to their patients.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Hand washing materials are available and clinic staff regularly wash their hands.
Nurses can explain newborn risk assessment (APGAR) and regularly document APGAR correctly in patient charts.
Systems for tracking daily revenues and expenses are up to date.
Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) guidelines are easily accessible, followed, and documented in patient’s chart.
*Where bars are absent, partner facilities have not yet completed the corresponding training and post evaluation.
** Gray bars display pre-intervention data and red bars display post-intervention data.
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