A premature baby is shown in the postnatal ward at Cama Hospital, a major hospital for women and children, in Mumbai, India. UN Photo/Mark Garten
April 15 will kick off the first Global Conference on Newborn Health. Leading up to the mid-April conference sponsors (@mchipnet, @gatesfoundation @unicef, @savethechildren and @usaid) along with supporters (@jhpiego, @jsihealth, @laerdalmedical) will share newborn health and survival facts via Twitter.
Additionally, Dr. Gary Darmstadt (@gdarmsta), Director of the Family Health Division of the Gates Foundation, will keynote the conference and will tweet daily newborn health information as well. You can follow the conversation and share tweets at #newborn2013. You can also watch the livestream of the conference which will take place in South Africa at www.oneworld.org/newborn2013.
MCHIP (@mchipnet) April 01, 2013
Gary L Darmstadt (@gdarmsta) March 29, 2013
No baby is born to die yet 3 million a year don't make it past 28 days of life. Solutions exist to save them: #Newborn2013—
MCHIP (@mchipnet) March 31, 2013
Gates Foundation (@gatesfoundation) March 23, 2013
The Partnership (@PMNCH) March 28, 2013
MCHIP (@mchipnet) March 26, 2013
john snow, inc (JSI) (@JSIhealth) March 28, 2013
HNN (@HealthyNewborns) March 28, 2013
MCHIP (@mchipnet) March 28, 2013
- Join the Global Conversation About Newborn Health #Newborn2013 (mombloggersforsocialgood.com)