Champions for Change is building a movement of champions advocating for improved reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health in Nigeria.
Every two minutes, a woman dies during pregnancy or childbirth. Nigeria has the second highest rate of maternal mortality in the world, and one in eight Nigerian children dies before their fifth birthday. The vast majority of these maternal, newborn, and child deaths are preventable. Champions for Change (C4C) saves the lives of women, children, and newborns in Nigeria by building a movement of Champions advocating for improved reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH). We invest in Nigerian advocates and organizations that are championing change and leading the fight for healthy mothers, children, and families.
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Improving Accountability on RMNCAH
As we move to Post-2015, C4C recognizes that it is a key moment for the global development community and for Nigeria to come together and convene key leaders, innovators, and technical experts working to save the lives of Nigeria's women, newborns, and children. The RMNCAH conference will be held in Abuja, Nigeria in January, 2016. Find out more about the conference and how you can participate here.
RMNCAH ADVOCACY CONFERENCE
Champion Series III