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VELLEMAN, Y.; MASON, E.; GRAHAM, W.; BENOVA, L. ; CHOPRA, M.; CAMPBELL, O. M. R.; GORDON, B.; WIJESEKERA, S.; HOUNTON, S.; ESTEVES MILLS, J.; CURTIS, V.; AFSANA, K. ; BOISSON, S.; MAGOMA, M.; CAIRNCROSS, S.; CUMMING, O. (2014): From Joint Thinking to Joint Action: A Call to Action on Improving Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene for Maternal and Newborn Health. In: PLOS Medicine 11.Policy forum . URL [Accessed: 01.12.2015].

There is sufficient evidence that water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) may impact maternal and newborn health (MNH) to warrant greater attention from all stakeholders involved in improving MNH and achieving universal WASH access. This article disusses current challenges and monitoring strategies aimed at maximizing healthy lives and increasing access to quality health care'