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Dr. Marge A. Koblinsky

Instructor and Program Manager In the Department of Ophthalmology

Johns Hopkins University

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Johns Hopkins University

600 North Wolfe Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21287

United States

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Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is an $8 billion integrated global health enterprise and one of the leading academic health care systems in the United States. JHM unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins Un ... more

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Employment History

Project Director and Research Scientist for the Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning Extension Project

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research


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Ford Foundation


Senior Maternal Health Advisor
U.S. Agency for International Development

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Director - Marge Koblinsky

Marge Koblinsky has been appointed director of the NGO Networks for Health (Networks) Project.She brings many years of recognized leadership, technical knowledge, and experience to this family planing/reproductive health care project.Since 1989, Dr. Koblinsky has directed MotherCare, overseeing and providing technical leadership for community-based nutrition and maternal and neonatal health projects in more than 25 countries.In this capacity, she chaired and lead international and technical meetings, nurtured partnerships and other collaborative ons with a variety of PVOs, foundations, international agencies, and research institutions, and shaped the international agenda to better reflect field realities and evidence of success in reproductive health.Within MotherCare, Dr. Koblinsky gave high priority to drawing lessons from ongoing projects and the literature, and clarifying issues within maternal and neonatal health.She has published widely in numerous national and international journals and anthologies and is the co-editor of three books on women's health.
Dr. Koblinsky has worked extensively with a number of PVOs in Asia, Latin America and Africa as part of MotherCare and USAID's joint programs to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity, and to improve the reproductive health of woman and the health of newborns.
In 1996, in recognition for her outstanding work in reproductive health, Dr. Koblinsky was awarded the International Health Leadership Award from the National Council for International Health.In 1998, MotherCare was a recipient of the World Health Day Award issued by the American Association for World Health.
Previously, Dr. Koblinsky worked for the Ford Foundation, where she served as co-administrator of a grants program for reproductive health in developing countries, and for the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research as project director and research scientist for the Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning Extension Project.She has also worked for the International Development Research Centre (in Canada and Singapore) and as an instructor and program manager in the Department of Ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins University.Dr. Koblinsky has field experience in Bangladesh, southeast Asia, South America, and Africa.

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Dr Marge Koblinsky, of Johns Hopkins University, said shortage of human resources in developing countries is alarming and the number of skilled health workers should be doubled by 2015."Over 300,000 more professionals are needed by 2015 to achieve 75 percent coverage of child deliveries," he said. irfan ghauri

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Marge Koblinsky, senior technical advisor for the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program, suggested that current maternal health indicators are not enough to truly understand the world's maternal health situation. The indicators are difficult to measure and do not always paint a clear picture of the actual health outcomes of our interventions, she said. She provided data showing that other indicators, such as contraceptive prevalence rates, were more closely matched to maternal mortality outcomes.

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