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Implementation Research Around Interventions to Promote Respectful Maternal Care

Contributing to the evidence on interventions that address disrespect and abuse

The TRAction Project aims to facilitate development of best practices and provide knowledge on how to implement these approaches at scale by capturing evidence on successful respectful maternal care (RMC) interventions and disseminating evidence to key stakeholders.

The global community currently lacks strong evidence around what works, why it works, and how these efforts can be replicated in varying contexts. TRAction will ensure the lessons learned from research projects in Kenya and Tanzania are captured in a way that can be disseminated both at the national and global levels. TRAction will also identify other key partners who are generating evidence on disrespect and abuse and RMC interventions and link these efforts together to help disseminate findings and translate evidence into policy and practice.

Partner Organizations

  • Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP)

  • Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF)



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