Maternal and newborn health outcomes are closely tied to the quality of care mothers receive. Yet, in Kenya, there is a gap in cost-effective training to
improve and sustain life-saving emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC) skills.
Jacaranda is partnering with County governments and public hospitals to deploy MENTORS, a low-cost program focussed on sustainably improving the quality of maternal and neonatal care in facilities.
This Case Study explores how this program works (including its training of trainers model), and the impact it has had on quality provision of MNH care for mothers and babies across Kenya.