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MNHMuseum of Natural History
MNHMans Not Hot
MNHMarshfield News-Herald (newspaper; Wisconsin)
MNHMaternal and Newborn Health
MNHManx National Heritage (Isle of Man)
MNHMaternal and Neonatal Health
MNHMutuelle Nationale des Hospitaliers (French: Mutual National Hospital)
MNHMint Never-Hinged (philately)
MNHMesivta Neimus Hatorah (Torah education)
MNHMiyagi National Hospital (Japan)
MNHMouvement pour une Nouvelle Humanité (French: Movement for a New Humanity)
MNHMinimum Number of Hops
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Abarquez added that the rolling out of SoE Plus would allow efficient and streamlined delivery of maternal and neonatal health services within the jurisdiction of the city government.
The city just rolled out its online information exchange database to provide accessible maternal and neonatal health services in its effort to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) on the health and well-being of its residents.
As advisors in their technical areas, these organizations bring diverse expertise to the membership and provide the organization with the opportunity to affect the continuum of maternal and neonatal health regionally through the work of nurses, pediatricians, gynecologists, and midwives exposed to LAC Alliance advocacy.
However, like many other countries, the government policies in Pakistan have primarily targeted at reducing maternal and infant mortality, ignoring the importance of stillbirths in the overall disease burden related to maternal and neonatal health.
The publication Maternal and Neonatal Health in East and South-East Asia gives a useful overview of the maternal and newborn health situation in the region.
ISLAMABAD, February 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times ): The government will train health workers at district and tehsil levels to improve maternal and neonatal health care services.
* Prioritise three important maternal and neonatal health problems; discuss possible strategies for addressing them.
The Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) programme, based at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, closed in September 2004, after five years of worldwide action which helped to lay the foundations for many new strategies in safe motherhood.
According to the Special Adviser on Maternal and Neonatal Health, sticking to the 24-month interval is in line with the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendation of breastfeeding for at least two years.
Tenders are invited for Action Research on the Process of Resource Allocation, and Monitoring and Control of Budget Support Agreements for Maternal and Neonatal Health Program
The regional plan of action for maternal and neonatal health care includes the monitoring of maternal and foetal well-being, and encourages the presence of a companion to provide support during labour and delivery as one of the interventions to improve neonatal health.
Contract award notice: pregnant women, maternal and neonatal health data management information system development and implementation services.
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