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Institute for International Programs

Institute for International Programs

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NEP is a rigorous, country-led approach to compiling and analyzing data that gives governments strategic, evidence-based answers to priority questions on women’s and children’s health and nutrition. Learn More
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Ensuring high-quality and timely data is utilized in the assessment of global and national priorities. Learn More
LiST Training in Niger
An evidence-based tool for estimating intervention impact. Learn More

The Institute for International Programs (IIP) works with governments in low-income countries to improve maternal and child health and nutrition by supporting the generation and use of sound evidence for program design and implementation.

IIP aims to improve the quality of information available to support public health policies and decision making in maternal and child health and nutrition. The focus is on low-income countries, and on research that produces information to improve programs and policies. IIP is a network of scientists based in various institutions, and is housed administratively within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

PLOS Med Collection Launch on Measuring MNCH Coverage

PLOS Med Collection Launch on Measuring Coverage in Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health National Press Club, May 7, 2013