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Implementing Newborn Care Services in Humanitarian Settings: Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation at the Community and Facility Level in Displaced Person Camps in South Sudan

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S. Sami ,

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
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S. Kenyi,

International Medical Corps, Juba, South Sudan
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R. Amsalu,

Save the Children US, San Francisco, USA
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B. Tomczyk,

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA
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D. Jackson,

UNICEF, New York, USA
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J. Meyers,

Save the Children US, Washington, USA
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M. Greeley,

International Medical Corps, Baltimore, USA
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A. Dimiti,

Ministry of Health, Juba, South Sudan
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E. Scudder,

Save the Children US, Washington, USA
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K. Kerber

Save the Children US, Edmonton, Canada
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How to Cite: Sami, S., Kenyi, S., Amsalu, R., Tomczyk, B., Jackson, D., Meyers, J., Greeley, M., Dimiti, A., Scudder, E. and Kerber, K., 2017. Implementing Newborn Care Services in Humanitarian Settings: Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation at the Community and Facility Level in Displaced Person Camps in South Sudan. Annals of Global Health, 83(1), p.137. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2017.03.305
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Published on 07 Apr 2017.
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