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26 Apr 2021
New stillbirth reporting chapter added to CRVSID Legal & Regulatory Review Toolkit
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The Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI) has announced an update to the Legal and Regulatory Review Toolkit on CRVSID to include a chapter on stillbirth reporting and registration.
The new stillbirth chapter fills a critical gap in the toolkit by addressing how the law can help to ensure that all deaths are counted, including this important subset of perinatal deaths.
The toolkit comprises of 12 chapters, each covering a different facet of CRVSID and has been used in over 20 low and middle-income countries in the Data for Health Initiative and the Global Grants Program.

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