Quality Talks, ep.2 series 1 - Water & sanitation for a better experience of care in Malawi

16.08.2018

Health facilities need to have access to water, sanitation, energy, as well as supplies of medicines and equipment to deliver quality care to women and newborns. These pre-requisites are a part of the World Health Organization’s standards for improving quality of maternal and newborn health in health facilities.

Natasha Mwenda, Manager of the Deliver Life project in Malawi, which is run by WaterAid and supported by the UK’s Department of International Development (DfID), explains how increased access to water, sanitation and hygiene impacts quality of care for mothers and newborns.

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