Tackling Pediatric Pneumonia in Nigeria – an Evidence‐based Approach to Programming
This program, a joint effort between Save the Children and GSK, aims to reduce the number of children dying from pneumonia and other infectious diseases. In the process, it is also generating robust evidence and vital learnings about which interventions and policies work to help inform national disease control strategies and drive change at scale.
Some of the research presented in this supplement highlights the key findings from the situation analysis.The evidence and learnings gathered throughout this program, and the others under our partnership, will also be shared with policy makers and health ministers to help inform national disease control strategies.
Source: Journal of Pediatric Pulmonology
Date of Publication: June 2, 2020
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