CHAMPIONS FOR ADDRESSING CHILDHOOD MORTALITY

Global Partner's Board to Meet in Johannesburg, South Africa -- December 6, 2016
The purpose of the Global Partners Board of the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) Network is to bring together diverse perspectives from professionals and organizations in the field of global health. The board will act as champions for addressing childhood mortality through evidence learned from CHAMPS. 

The International Association of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI) is one of the major collaborators of the CHAMPS network along with the Emory Global Health Institute, Public Health Informatics Institute the Task Force for Global Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Deloitte. A key component of IANPHI's role in CHAMPS is to assist National Public Health Institutes (NPHIS) or ministries of health to build sustained, country-led capacity to interpret and assess CHAMPS data and to use it to recommend national strategies and interventions to save lives.

MEET THE BOARD:
GPB

The CHAMPS network collects and shares data, collaborating with local, national and global stakeholders, including NPHIs and ministries of health to engage and strengthen capacity for high quality high efficiency data collection and policy making that targets child mortality.

Learn more about CHAMPS