The Alliance’s goal is to improve the quality of services available in health facilities for maternal, newborn, and child care by increasing the utilization and impact of high-quality, high-impact interventions. Our videos provide innovative educational materials that can help do just that.
Within the UN, WHO provides leadership on global health matters. Our videos are included in the “Newborn Health” section of their Reproductive Health Library.
The United Nations Children’s Fund “helps build a world where the rights of every child are realized.” UNICEF has narrated our animation on cholera for use in programs they support in Somalia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea.
TWB provides free translations to support humanitarian work around the world. They have been a key partner in translating our videos into French, Spanish, Swahili, and numerous African languages.
HealthPhone distributes preloaded health education videos on low-cost mobile phones. Use of a memory card means no signal is required, and no cost to connect or download videos. Videos will be subtitled in 15 Indian languages.
A global campaign—over 10,000 members—that hosts two email discussion forums (HIFA2015 and CHILD2015) and is building a knowledge base of information needs. We use this network to share information about our work and our videos.
HNN—an initiative of Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives Program—is an online community addressing critical gaps in newborn health by providing information and a forum for discussing a wide range of newborn and maternal health topics.
MCHIP focuses on reducing maternal, neonatal, and newborn mortality and is working to accelerate progress on the MDGs 4 and 5. They provided partial support for our work in filming newborn care practices and skills in Nigeria.
Jhpiego—affiliated with Johns Hopkins University—works to improve the health and prevent needless deaths of women and their families in developing countries. Jhpiego-Nigeria collaborated with us in filming newborn care videos in Kano.
Dotsub is the leading source for video translation and captions which allows us to make our videos accessible in many languages.
This portal, www.maternoinfantil.org, managed by the ASSIST Project (USAID-ASSIST Project), facilitates access to Spanish-language technical and scientific updates on Maternal and Child Health (MCH) to improve the quality of maternal and child care across Latin America.