As part of its ‘Early Childhood Development Expert Talk’ series, the Aga Khan University is hosting an online presentation from with Dr Rajesh Mehta, who works with the WHO South-East Asia Regional Office in New Delhi. Dr Mehta has been Regional Adviser for Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health since 2010.



 

This WHO webinar will be a practical discussion on how to sustain and improve high-quality maternal and newborn health care, an essential health services to protect the lives and health of women and children. Increased coverage of care for four targets by 2025 is essential to reach the Sustainable Development Goals, and the attainment of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, and universal health coverage for all.



 

This webinar will address the impact of COVID on early childhood development (ECD) programs globally and provide tangible ways to promote ECD during the pandemic.



 

New questions have emerged on how to protect the health and safety of the babies and those who care for them while also still ensuring that all babies get the best possible start in life. This webinar, co-hosted by the PMNCH and ECDAN, will provide guidance, address questions and provide practical examples to inspire solutions in your context.



 
01 Jul 2020 - 02 Jul 2020
Lives in the balance: A COVID-19 summit

Implementers, UN agencies, academics, donors, private sector, youth, civil society, community health advocates and more are invited to participate in this virtual event, which will feature a lively and engaging two days of networking, keynote speakers, cultural performances, crowd-sourced marketplace presentations and more!



 

This is the 5th webinar in the series: “Transforming care for sick and small newborns”, organised by WHO and UNICEF, in collaboration with the Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.  



 

This 90-minute webinar will highlight how two models – Care for Child Development and REACH UP and Learn – have been adapted and implemented in various contexts around the world. Through three country examples, participants will learn about how these two models were adapted and used in humanitarian contexts that are also experiencing COVID-19.



 

The Rise Institute, Portland State University and the Early Childhood Development Taskforce are hosting a series of three webinars on ECI challenges. The second in the series takes place on 16 June 2020, and will explore the impact of COVID-19 on national ECI systems.



 

Two linked webinars, jointly forming the fourth in the WHO Quality of Care Network series: Transforming care for small and sick newborns, present experiences from Colombia and Mexico.



 

The Rise Institute, Portland State University and the Early Childhood Development Taskforce are hosting a series of three webinars on ECI challenges. The second in the series takes place on 16 June 2020, and will explore the impact of COVID-19 on national ECI systems.



 
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