High quality maternal health care requires ensuring respect and dignity and the prevention
of mistreatment. A focus on the experience of care is increasingly appreciated and recognized and approaches to advancing this area continue to emerge. However, less is known around how to routinely measure and evaluate respectful care efforts to foster
accountability and to track progress.
Join us for a discussion on
Tuesday, May 25th from 4-5:30pm EAT (Nairobi) in which we will explore evidence, experiences and perspectives on routine monitoring and evaluation for respectful maternal care in Africa.
This webinar is supported through USAID’s Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD) Project and co-hosted by HEARD partners
East, Central, and Southern Africa Health Community and the
University of California San Francisco. HEARD is an implementation science partnership advancing evidence-to-use activities as part of USAID’s Health Research Program 2.0.