Maternal and neonatal health are at the forefront as we approach the first deadline for achieving Millennium Development Goals Four and Five in 2015.  Several countries, including Bangladesh, have made great strides in reducing maternal mortality and improving newborn survival using a spectrum of interventions and improvements in health systems,

This past week, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation held a Brown Bag at its headquarters in Washington, DC, to learn more about our partnership with Project C.U.R.E.

Great news - we have been accepted as a Helping Babies Breathe Global Development Alliance member.  As a result of our grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities to implement Helping Babies Breathe neonatal resuscitation training in seven countries, we were invited to join the Alliance to learn from other implementing partners, share best

“InterAction is the recognized leader in the NGO community. The member organizations are the people who change the world. It’s an honor for Project C.U.R.E. to be in a position to join with InterAction in this capacity and help to move our work forward.”