Mississippi State Department of Health

Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Decrease maternal and infant mortality and increase maternal and child wellbeing in Mississippi by building the capacity and quality of the statewide Fetal Infant Mortality Review and the Perinatal Quality Collaborative through data-driven collaboration, convenings and public awareness

Sep. 1, 2021 - Aug. 31, 2023

Focus Area

Thriving Children

Geographic Focus

Mississippi

Amount

$295,000

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