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A panel of our collaborators @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth @CDCgov & the Government of Tanzania discussing locally-developed solutions to local challenges, the value of rigorous data collection, and the importance of partnerships. #MamaNaMtotoKigoma 🇹🇿

The govt of Tanzania thanked @BloombergDotOrg and implementors @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth for incredible maternal and repro health outcomes, is fully committed to sustainability & is scaling the model in other parts of the country. #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

A win for girls' rights in India! Girls under 18 will now be able to report their husbands for #rape, as long as they lodge a complaint within a year of it happening. #GBV https://t.co/y4YEuSpN18

In many countries, married women who use a modern contraception are increasingly choosing long-acting reversible #contraceptives—namely IUDS or implants. What does contraceptive use look like where you live? Find out with our 2019 #FPData Sheet. https://t.co/qxrOHakmXJ

EngenderHealth welcomes this! Through our Re:MIX program, we are developing innovative, science-based programs and curricula to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for young people in Texas. https://t.co/F8SlIix2GU #SexEd #SRHR

Today we are celebrating maternal and reproductive health wins in Kigoma, Tanzania with our partners @BloombergDotOrg @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth @CDCFound follow along at #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

Thanks to @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth @BloombergDotOrg and #HBAgerup the Kigoma MRH program was a huge success! 2,200 maternal deaths prevented and 210,000 babies born in project-supported facilities #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

Regional Commissioner of the Kigoma Region thanks funders @BloombergDotOrg @fdnhbagerup & partners for the joint Maternal & Repro initiative that prevented over 2200 maternal deaths & safely delivered over 210,000 healthy babies. committed to sustain outcomes #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

After 13 years, our successful maternal & reproductive health program in Tanzania is transitioning to government oversight. The official ceremony is starting! #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

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