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Program Brief

1).   Use of Dexamethasone to Prevent Complications of Preterm Birth in Indonesia

2).   Strengthening Facility Based Measurement of Maternal and Neonatal Health

3).   The Interfaith Network

4).   Retrospective Review of Cases and Factors Associated with 112 Maternal Deaths in 12 Hospitals

5).   Retrospective Review of Cases and Factors Associated with 76 Neonatal Deaths in six EMAS-supported Hospitals

Technical Reports

1).   CIVIC FORUMS: Fostering Civil Society Engagements to Increase Maternal and Newborn Survival in Indonesia

2).   CLINICAL GOVERNANCE: Fostering a Culture of Learning Quality, and Accountability within Hospitals and Health Centers to Ensure Maternal and Newborn Survival

3).   POKJA: Improving Collaboration to Increase Maternal and Newborn Survival: District-level Intersectoral Working Groups in Indonesia

4).   STRENGTHENING THE REFERRAL SYSTEM FOR MATERNAL AND NEONATAL SURVIVAL: Connecting Facilities to Improve Emergency Care

5).   SijariEMAS REFERRAL EXCHANGE SYSTEM: Improving the Referral System for Maternal and Newborn Emergencies in Indonesia

6).   CLINICAL MENTORING: Connecting Providers and Facilities to Improve Maternal and Newborn Care in Indonesia

7).   Expansion and Replication Report of EMAS Program Approaches

Recommendations

1).   Summary of Recommendations

3).  District/City has to govern an integrated and comprehensive referral system, involving the public and private health facilities in order to improve the effectivity and efficiency of the maternal and neonatal emergency referral

3).  EMAS mentoring approach, with the support from stakeholders at all government levels, is very important to be continued and developed within and outside the districts/cities to attain a wider scope of high-quality intervention to saving maternal and neonatals.

3).  District/City has to govern an integrated and comprehensive referral system, involving the public and private health facilities in order to improve the effectivity and efficiency of the maternal and neonatal emergency referral

4).   The availability of cross-program and cross-sectoral Working Groups in each district/city is an essential element to monitor and ensure the accountability of access and high quality maternal and neonatal emergency services network