Advancements in Postpartum Hemorrhage Care
In response to the maternal mortality due to postpartum hemorrhage global challenge, USAID’s longstanding efforts to accelerate reductions in maternal deaths include a one-time catalytic investment in Malawi and Madagascar collectively referred to as Advancements in Postpartum Hemorrhage Care (APPHC).
APPHC is intended to inform the design and implementation of more effective strategies and interventions to advance PPH prevention and treatment. It is led by two global-level USAID implementation research projects – Breakthrough RESEARCH and the Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD) – in collaboration with USAID missions and their respective country-level bilateral projects ACCESS (Madagascar) and ONSE (Malawi). The APPHC Partnership is comprised of nine partnering organizations and six key collaborating groups who will implement activities through 2021.