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How Implementation Research can advance urban nutrition and WASH: Case study from Tanzania

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Learn how community emergency transport systems are bridging access barriers in Africa

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Re-Visioning Emergency Obstetric & Newborn Care (EmONC)

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The 2019 Nigeria Verbal and Social Autopsy (VASA) study is using a mixed methods approach to identify the main causes of under-five deaths in Nigeria and understand the social context and healthcare responses that preceded preventable child deaths. This video highlights the process of data collection and stakeholder ownership.

Learn about the 2019 Nigeria Verbal and Social Autopsy Study
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Even when research shows that an intervention can and does work, this does not always translate to real world settings.

Implementation research bridges this know-do gap.

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Annually, 2.5 million newborns still die in their first month of life. The Program is using implementation research to demonstrate the feasibility, acceptability and sustainability of scaling up interventions proven to reduce neonatal mortality.

Implementation research accelerates the research-to-use process.

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The Program is using implementation research principles to understand and harness country perspectives on how leadership, governance and networks have served as drivers of progress in child health over the past 10-15 years.

Engaging stakeholders to inform future investments and support for child health.

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The Program uses human-centered approaches to identify the real challenges women face and designs implementation research-based interventions to address them.

Putting the user at the center.

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