The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting recently covered MHI's event on maternal health and gender-based violence in crisis settings. The article highlights the preventative measures taken to safeguard maternal and reproductive health during humanitarian emergencies. Although coordination among aid organizations has helped curve women's barriers to care during crises, health systems strengthening is needed to protect more women, as seen with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa where women make up 70% of all Ebola patients.

You can read the entire article here.