Latin American Center for Perinatology/Unit of Woman and Reproductive Health (CLAP/WR)
Centro Latinoamericano de Perinatologia/Unidad de Salud de la Mujer y Reproductiva (CLAP/SMR)
in 1970, by E-XE3060 - Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), as Latin American Center for Perinatology and Human Development -- Centro Latinoamericano de Perinatologia y Desarrollo Humano (CLAP). Reorganized under current title on merger, in 2005.
Promote a gender, family and community perspective, using evidence based cost effective interventions, to strengthen the integral care addressed to women, mothers and neonatal health needs, throughout their life cycle; support countries to improve development and implementation of maternal-perinatal and neonatal health programs; promote the improvement of sexual and reproductive health and the sexual and reproductive rights of women and men; develop and promote strategies and interventions so as to diminish maternal-perinatal mortality; provide epidemiological surveillance, development and dissemination of best practices in health care, clinical and epidemiological research of health services and health professional training on health information managing and evidence based clinical practice.
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