E4A mission:

Evidence for Action (E4A) is a five year programme which aims to improve maternal and newborn survival in six sub-Saharan countries. Funded by the UK Department for International Development, it focuses on using better information and improved advocacy and accountability to save lives in Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Tanzania.



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August 8th, 2011,  Georgia Lee

Welcome to the E4A website

Hi all – welcome to the E4A site. This site is a shared space for us – one where we can communicate with one another and build our mutual vision of the E4A project.

All partners can blog here – and open up conversations with each other by commenting on blogs. Write about the latest piece of research, or post your observations from a country visit; or use the site as a place to share the latest developments in your field.

If a report is published that is relevant to E4A – this is the place to post it. If you hear of a great new intervention using motorcycles to deliver mothers to hospital in Malawi – this is the place to post it. If you simply want to share your personal insights on building capacity on maternal health – share it here.

Blogs are searchable by just typing a key word into the bar on the left – or by selecting a category on the right hand side. Once you have written a post,’tag’ it with relevant categories so that it is easily available to others.

Have a look around the site – there is also a calendar (to which we can all stream our own, relevant, events) and some key PDF downloads.

As the project develops there will be more information on the six individual countries – as well as more on how we will work together.

Happy posting!

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