Take part in the second round of the global survey of maternal and newborn health providers during COVID-19 understand the range of actions taken to ensure care continues to be provided during this pandemic.
The survey is available in 11 languages.
This research is conducted by a group of MNH researchers and led by the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) in Antwerp, Belgium.
In the first round of the survey, the responses of nearly 2,000 health providers have contributed to a better understanding of how maternal and newborn care is affected by the pandemic. The findings are summarised here.
Photo: Binta Djal— hold her yet unamed newborn baby at the maternity ward of the Simao Mendes hospital in Bissau, Guinea Bissau, in January 2020. UNICEF/UNI285081/Prinsloo.