International Core Indicators for Preconception Health and Equity Alliance
The International Core Indicators for Preconception Health and Equity (iCIPHE) Alliance brings together academic, clinical, policy and public representation from 20 countries across all World Health Organization (WHO) regions.
The overall aim of the iCIPHE Alliance is to reach international consensus on a core set of preconception indicators for surveillance that can be implemented in low-, middle- and high-income countries.
Monitoring of inequalities and changes in preconception health over time within and between countries will inform the development, implementation and evaluation of interventions, and ultimately contribute to reducing and narrowing inequalities in maternal and infant morbidity and mortality globally.
The iCIPHE Alliance is co-chaired by Dr Danielle Schoenaker and Professor Judith Stephenson.