We’re leading a movement to ensure every baby and young child gets the health care, nutrition, and responsive nurturing they’ll need for a lifetime of physical, emotional, and cognitive health.
Why is vaccination in pregnancy—or maternal immunization— important for public health? Here are 10 reasons.
Diarrhea is more than just unpleasant. It’s deadly.
It doesn’t have any overt symptoms, but around the world, environmental enteric dysfunction (EED) causes lifelong harm to the most vulnerable children.
A lot of ugly things in nature are relatively harmless (Exhibit A: the star-nosed mole)—but Cryptosporidium isn’t one of them.
For the first time in its history, Kenya has a unified policy to guide its efforts for improving newborn, child, and adolescent health.
A new resource sheds light on what’s needed to get ready for a new vaccine that, if approved, could help pregnant mothers protect their babies from a common cause of serious respiratory infections—respiratory syncytial virus.