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.



E4A blog:

Welcome to our blog - this is where the E4A partners share news, info & updates on the project.





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Our team

Ethiopia country team | Ghana country team | Malawi country team | Nigeria country team | Sierra Leone country team | Tanzania country team | International team 
Ethiopia country team

The Ethiopia team is headed up by Dr Atnafu Getachew and they are hosted by the World Health Organization.

Further team members will be recruited shortly.

Atnafu and his team are supported by Wendy Graham, Professor of Obstetric
Epidemiology at Immpact, at the University of Aberdeen.

You can reach Atnafu at: atnafug@et.afro.who.int