This health research grants project focuses on maternal, newborn, and child health and related services in developing countries. The project addresses the “know–do gap,” the delay between the discovery of effective ways to combat the causes of mortality and morbidity and the application of these proven interventions on a wide scale. TRAction solicits proposals primarily on a competitive basis and awards grants to research organizations to evaluate ways to effectively and efficiently introduce, implement, and scale up evidence-based interventions for maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH).

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