We do not know if there is a direct causal link between female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) and delivery-related problems, but there is a statistical relationship, concludes a new report from the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services.
Much useful information was presented at a seminar on aquaculture for employees at the Norwegian Embassies in Asia in January 2013.
The partnership Saving Lives at Birth seeks groundbreaking prevention and treatment approaches for pregnant women and newborns in poor, hard-to-reach communities around the time of delivery.
A team headed by Norad has conducted a review of The Institutional Cooperation Framework signed between Pakistan and Norway 11th April 2005. The general impression is that the program and all its sub-components give value for money.
The World Health Organization (WHO) will today issue recommendations regarding optimizing health worker roles through task shifting. These recommendations aim to facilitate universal access to key, effective interventions for maternal and newborn health.
Norad received 290 applications for seed money. 97 applications are granted support.
The deadline for seed money for NORHED expired 5 November.
The support provided to civil society organizations by Norway's International Climate and Forest Initiative has contributed to valuable capacity building of civil society at local and national level, according to a new evaluation of the initiative.
The Innovation Working Group (IWG) of the UN Secretary-General’s Every Woman Every Child global strategy and mHealth Alliance announced the eight 2012 winners of catalytic grants today.
By the time of the deadline, Norad received 625 concept notes that were qualified for consideration of support. Of these, only around 40 applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.