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April 2022

Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group Meeting

April 6

By invite only; contact us at info@stillbirthalliance.org to learn more.

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May 2022

Bereavement Working Group Meeting

May 3

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Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group Meeting

May 4

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Stillbirth profiles: A tool for health and data advocacy

May 26

Speakers: Gagan Gupta (Health Specialist, Maternal and Newborn Health, UNICEF HQ) Lucia Hug (Statistics & Monitoring Specialist, DAPM - Data and Analytics, UNICEF HQ) Moderator: Karoline Hassfurter (Communication Specialist, DAPM - Data and Analytics, UNICEF HQ)

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June 2022

Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group Meeting

June 1

By invite only; contact us at info@stillbirthalliance.org to learn more.

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Bereavement Working Group Meeting

June 7

By invite only; contact us at info@stillbirthalliance.org to learn more.

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WHO Global Learning Laboratory Webinar – Introducing the WHO Quality Toolkit

June 20

The WHO Quality Toolkit provides tools to improve the quality of health services at every level, from national and district levels, to facility and community levels.

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Prevention Working Group Meeting

June 27

By invite only; contact us at info@stillbirthalliance.org to learn more.

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Abstract Submissions for 33rd ICM Triennial Congress

June 30

Share your work and thoughts with the global midwife community at the 33rd ICM Triennial Congress. Deadline 30 June 2022

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Deadline for small grant on SRMNAH in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Nepal

June 30

CORE Group is excited to begin a participatory small grants program to advance sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) programming, policy, and interventions in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Nepal. The program will provide financial, technical, and organizational resources to local civil society organizations (CSOs) led by women, youth, and people with disabilities. This approach will strengthen local and national organizations’ technical and organizational capacity to design and implement community-based solutions to SRMNCAH challenges, focusing on gender transformation, quality…

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