Representative GrantsMexico, Mexico2016
$500,000 to increase the number of trained and practicing midwives in Mexico, with concentration in Tlaxcala state, and to generate Mexico-specific evidence of the impact of quality midwifery care on maternal health.
Representative GrantsWatertown, Massachusetts2016
$1,000,000 to support implementation of Nigeria's Task Shifting and Task Sharing Policy in key states.
Representative GrantsNew Delhi, India2015
$300,000 strengthening community oversight over the delivery of maternal and reproductive health services in public health facilities in India.
Representative GrantsChapel Hill, North Carolina2015
$100,000 final support of work to strengthen organizational capacity to address unsafe abortion in India.
Representative GrantsSan Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico2015
$265,000 In support of promoting the professionalization of midwifery in an indigenous region of Chiapas (over two years).
September 22, 2011 - In The Media
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September 18, 2011 - Publication
This assessment reviews the Foundation’s grantmaking to reduce postpartum hemorrhage. Since 2003, MacArthur has invested more than $17 million in programs aimed at reducing postpartum hemorrhage in countries where maternal mortality is high. Read More
August 30, 2011 - In The Media
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August 25, 2011 - From The Field
The Government of India approved funding for more than 800,000 female community health workers to provide home-based postnatal and newborn care services. Read More
August 9, 2011 - In The Media
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April 28, 2011 - From The Field
Nigeria's Federal Ministry of Health approved the addition of the drug, which is used for the prevention and treatment of postpartum hemmorhage, to the EDL. Read More