A new case study released by leading humanitarian organization CARE applauds the success of its Foundations to Enhance Management of Maternal Emergencies (FEMME) program, a program developed in partnership with Columbia University's Averting Maternal Death and Disability Program, in the remote highland region of Ayacucho, Peru, where the community experienced a 50 percent reduction in maternal deaths.
What does AMDD stand for?
AMDD stands for Averting Maternal Death and Disability (Columbia University; New York, NY)
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- Applied Moment Double Cantilever Beam
- American Masterpieces: Dance-College Component
- Animal Models of Diabetic Complications Consortium
- Air and Missile Defense Command and Control Systems
- American Medical Directors Certification Program
- Addictive and Mental Disorders Division (Department of Health and Human Services; Montana)
- Aggressive Model-Driven Design
- Agile Model-Driven Development (software development)
- Air and Missile Defense Division
- Assembly and Maintenance Definition Document
- Moroccan Association for the Defense of Women's Rights
- Adverse Medical Device Event (medical safety)
- Assistant Manager for Defense and Energy Programs
- Association Marocaine des Droits des Femmes (French: Moroccan Association of Women's Rights; Casa Blanca, Morocco)
- Atmospheric Mercury Depletion Event (chemistry)
- Austin Metamorphosis Dance Ensemble (Round Rock, TX)
- Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Electrical Appliances (UK)
- Analyse des Modes de Défaillance, de Leurs Effets et de Leur Criticité (French for FMECA)
- Avon Maitland Distance Education Centre (Seaforth, Ontario, Canada)
- Asociacion Mexicana de Energia Eolica (Spanish: Mexican Wind Energy Association; Los Morales, Mexico)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Evaluation of the Averting Maternal Death and Disability Program, 2004.
A variety of MNH Program tools and approaches are now in use by partners such as UNICEF, UNFPA, and Columbia University's Averting Maternal Death and Disability program, which further expands USAID's investment in safe motherhood.