April 2017 - It’s been two months now that Nandrianina, 31, has been working as a nurse in the mobile health clinic here in the Androy region of southern Madagascar. Drought here is affecting 850,000 people suffering from high food insecurity. She goes as far as 60 kilometres in this mobile health clinic to reach communities who can’t afford to make the journey to closer hospitals or health centres. ©UNICEF/Ralaivita
Eliane Razafimandimby, Chief of Party of USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) in Madagascar talks about Madagascar's early efforts to improve the quality of its RMNCH care, how the government created a roadmap to achieving the maternal and newborn MDGs by 2019 and how MCSP is supporting the Ministry of Health in strengthening its health system to reduce maternal and newborn mortality.
This is an episode of the Friday podcasts by ECSP and MHI, recorded a recent Wilson Center event held on 18 September, 2018, on improving the quality of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child healthcare (RMNCH).