This short communication calls on governments to prepare for future climate emergencies to protect and improve maternal and newborn health.
Women Amid Heat Waves: Voices from Pakistan
In Jacobabad, Pakistan, one of the hottest cities on Earth, temperatures have been regularly surpassing 50°C (122°F) during the summer months. Expectant women and new mothers from these cities explain how the rising temperatures are affecting them.Developed by The Research and Development Forum for Safe Motherhood Pakistan.
The Impact of Climate Change on Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes
Hosted by the Wilson Center’s Maternal Health Initiative, this event discuess the lasting effects of climate change on maternal and newborn health outcomes and the importance of addressing this often overlooked intersection of issues in global climate discussions.