The World Health Organization (WHO) is committed to driving public health impact in every country, ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages. Through its unique normative function in health, WHO aims to provide global, evidence-informed recommendations to improve maternal and perinatal health.
Steps towards reducing maternal mortality and morbidity and improvement in the overall quality of maternal health care is critical to attaining the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) health targets.
Guidelines are needed to provide optimal, evidence-based care to women experiencing postpartum haemorrhage (PPH).
The WHO Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health, Maternal and Perinatal Health (MPH) unit is convening the second meeting of the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) meeting on MPH on 7-8 November 2023 (09:00-17:00h CET each day). The objectives of this meeting are to:
- Review the current evidence on key thematic areas in MPH
- Discuss and agree on priority areas for action by WHO SRH/MPH
In line with WHO policy on conflict of interest, members of the public and interested organizations can access the biographies (hyperlink) of the GDG proposed members and inform WHO of their views about them.
WHO has the press release.