Malaria—Insights for improving malaria, FP, and MCH outcomes in northwestern Nigeria through SBC programming

PHOTO CREDIT: Arne Hoel/World Bank (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0; No modifications made)   In this webinar, Breakthrough RESEARCH will share findings from its work in northwestern Nigeria related to malaria. We will present new ideational metrics…

Designing for Provider Behavior Change: Developing Solutions to Provider-side Barriers to Quality Care

Written by: Allison Schachter and Stephanie Levy, ideas42 A growing focus on provider behavior in global health programming has generated interest in further understanding and addressing barriers to providing quality care. Breakthrough ACTION…

Same Information, Different Order: Testing Before Consultation to Improve Protocol Adherence

Written by: Sriram Sridharan, Faraz Haqqi, Angela Acosta, Temitope Ogunbi, and Eno Idiong When treating suspected malaria cases, providers at many Nigerian health facilities often base treatments on their own clinical diagnosis, regardless…

Insights for improving malaria, family planning, and maternal and child health outcomes in northwestern Nigeria through social and behavior change programming

REGISTER Join us for a webinar on 11 June to hear about baseline findings on key behaviors and ideations in the areas of malaria, family planning, and maternal, newborn, and child health plus nutrition (MNCH+N) from a behavioral sentinel surveillance…

Getting Back to Good Health Faster

Written by: Janine Kuehlich Tuberculosis (TB) is a preventable and treatable disease—with some symptoms very similar to that of COVID-19—that is killing nearly 1.5 million people worldwide and affecting 10 million people every year. The…

Radically Reducing Maternal, Newborn, and Child Mortality in Northern Nigeria

Written by: Abolade Oladejo, Documentation & Knowledge Management Officer Losing a newborn baby is devastating. Losing three babies in succession like Miriam (not her real name), a mother in Northern Nigeria did, is a tragedy. In this…