This UNICEF report offers evidence that real progress is being made in the fight against stunted growth – the hidden face of poverty for 165 million children under the age of five. The report shows that accelerated progress is both possible and necessary.
Maternal and Newborn Health
Listen to a podcast that explains the health situation that many expectant mothers face in Afghanistan.
UNICEF Direct of Policy and Practice Richard Morgan helps to explain some of Progress for Children's major findings.
The lesson plans in this educator’s guide are intended to help students understand the great disparity in levels of maternal and newborn health around the world.
UNICEF Radio speaks to African Youth Forum delegate Bonolo Cebe, 18, about taking the Forum's call to action to leaders at the African Union Summit.
UNICEF and Kiwanis recently announced a historic five-year partnership to eliminate Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus. To learn more about tetanus and the new initiative, watch this UNICEF video.
Watch a video about UNICEF community health services in Afghanistan.
The Maternal and Newborn Health: Youth Report provides students with an overview of the issue of Maternal and Newborn Health. The report is an excellent accompaniment to the Maternal Health Educator Guide.
Listen as Peter Salama, UNICEF's Chief of Health, discusses maternal and newborn health.
UNICEF and Kiwanis International recently announced a five-year partnership to eliminate Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus. Listen to this podcast to learn about some of UNICEF's current Tetanus-eradication programs and some of the challenges faced in the effort to eliminate this deadly disease.