World Day of Social Justice

Every day CHAMPS works to promote social justice and a vision of a world where all children are able to thrive: a world without health inequality.

Sierra Leone joins CHAMPS' global network

Sierra Leone joins CHAMPS as the seventh site, adding new West African partners to the global CHAMPS network of over 100+ partners.

CHAMPS milestones and achievements

CHAMPS celebrates important milestones reached in 2017 with this interactive timeline.

As of May 8th, there were 31 cases of meningitis and 13 resulting deaths in Liberia.

CHAMPS Technology Solves Unexplained Cluster of Deaths

Mystery Illnesses in Liberia: 31 cases, 13 deaths (case fatality rate: 42%)

The Global Partners Board

The Global Partners Board lends representative and diverse perspectives on our work from professionals and organizations in the field of global health.

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February 21, 2018

Championing Child Health: An Interview with Alan Lopez

An esteemed leader in the fight to save young lives, Professor Alan Lopez sat down with CHAMPS to talk about the importance of quality data, his role as a member of CHAMPS Global Partners Board, and how the University of Melbourne is working to reduce under-five mortality.

February 21, 2018

Q & A with Alan Lopez, 'I'm trying to change the world.'

Champion for child health, Alan Lopez, serves as a Global Partners Board member for CHAMPS. In his work with the board and in his research, he fights to reduce child deaths all over the world, because every child deserves the opportunity to thrive beyond the age of five.

February 20, 2018

World Day of Social Justice

Every day the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) network is acutely aware of the millions of children who die before their fifth birthday. Young lives are cut short, in some cases to only a few hours, because in low-resource countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia many children are defenseless against preventable ailments like pneumonia, diarrhea, and malaria.