The Global Network for Women’s and Children’s Health Research (Global Network) is a partnership dedicated to improving maternal and child health outcomes and building health research capacity in resource-poor settings by testing cost-effective, sustainable interventions that provide guidance for the practice of evidence-based medicine.
Since its inception in 2002, the Global Network has made significant contributions to maternal and neonatal health world-wide. Global Network studies have had an impact on clinical practice in developing countries. The Maternal & Newborn Health Registry data provides a mechanism for the Global Network to provide investigators with data to plan future studies. Read More about the impact of the studies conducted within the Global Network.