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The evaluation found that the various partners worked to create low-cost, locally-designed medical device prototypes and spare parts to serve women and newborns.
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This review was commissioned by Concern Worldwide, in collaboration with Nairobi County and Sub-County Health Management Teams, and supported financially by UNICEF Kenya.
The review was prompted by concerns over the low coverage of nutrition services specifically integrated management of acute malnutrition (IMAM) in Nairobi’s informal settlements. Coverage assessment reports for Nairobi repeatedly attribute low utilization to, among other factors, competing tasks of caregivers.