Resources

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Report | English | Nigeria | 2019

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Intent Workshop Recap Nigeria (JSI & Sonder, 2019)

This document aims to capture the raw conversations and ideas generated during the first co-creation workshop that took place June 24-25, 2019 to re-imagine technical assistance in Nigeria.

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Intent Workshop Recap Nigeria (JSI & Sonder, 2019)17.29 MB
Report | English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2019

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Insights and Opportunities Report DRC (JSI & Sonder, 2019)

This document is a deliverable of the Explore phase of the design process to re-imagine technical assistance in the DRC. The document contains high level descriptions of the activities conducted and detailed descriptions descriptions of the outputs generated.

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Insights and Opportunities Report DRC (JSI & Sonder, 2019)5.28 MB
Report | English | Senegal, Kenya, Zambia, Ghana, Rwanda | 2019

Landscape Analysis of STT Interventions for Children (L. Friedman & C. Wolfheim, MCSP 2019)

The Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), conducted a review on behalf of the Child Health Task Force to explore countries’ experiences adding thrive and transform interventions to platforms used to deliver child survival interventions. The review seeks to map out existing global guidance and understand operational experiences primarily in three African countries, Kenya, Senegal and Zambia, with some examples also presented from Ghana and Rwanda.

Landscape Analysis of STT Interventions for Children (L. Friedman & C. Wolfheim, MCSP 2019)3.68 MB
Meeting Minutes | English | | 2019

PSE Subgroup Meeting Notes - August 27, 2019

Notes from the August 27, 2019 meeting of the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup.

PSE Subgroup Meeting Notes - August 27, 2019312.71 KB
Presentation | English | | 2019

PSE Policy Presentation (Susan Ross, USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 2019

Presentation by Susan Rae Ross, Sr. Private Sector Engagement Advisor at USAID/Global Health, to PSE Subgroup Members during the August 27, 2019 meeting. The presentation provides an overview of USAID's PSE Policy and PSE Learning and Evidence Plan.

PSE Policy Presentation (Susan Ross, USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 20191.03 MB
Guide | English | Tanzania, India, Liberia |

Blended Finance Roadmap for Global Health (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 2019

Recent trends in global health financing indicate that funding levels by governments and donors may not be adequate to meet the health and well-being Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Blended finance - the strategic use of public and philanthropic resources to mobilize private capital to achieve development outcomes - can be an important tool to address the approximate $134 billion funding gap to achieve the health SDGs in low- and middle-income countries (2016 estimate). Blended Finance Roadmap for Global Health (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 20194.19 MB

Report | English | | 2019

PSE Policy (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 2019

This document outlines USAID's Private Sector Engagement (PSE) Policy. The purpose of the policy is to accomplish the following: 1. Set forth the vision and operating principles that will guide and advance USAID's engagement with the private sector, with an emphasis on promoting U.S. economic growth; 2. Illustrate ways USAID can consistently and comprehensively integrate private-sector engagement into the Agency's operating model and programming across sectors; and 3. Clarify and harmonize concepts, terminology, and definitions. PSE Policy (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 20192.94 MB

Guide | English | | 2019

PSE Evidence and Learning Plan (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 2019

This Private Sector Engagement (PSE) Evidence and Learning Plan was developed by USAID to service as a guide to set the direction for key activities that will strengthen and improve the use of evidence in decision-making on PSE approaches. The plan focuses on research activities to fill gaps in evidence on effective PSE as well as championing the development of meaningful indicators of PSE. This document was provided as a resource to members during the August 27, 2019 meeting of the PSE Subgroup.

PSE Evidence and Learning Plan (USAID) - PSE Subgroup Meeting - August 27, 20192.56 MB
Presentation | English | Nigeria | 2019

Findings from the EQuiPP Approach (MCSP, 2019) PSE Subgroup - July 30, 2019

Presentation at the July 30, 2019 meeting of the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup by Michel Pacqué (Child Health Team Lead) and Kate Gilroy (Senior Child Health and MMEL Technical Advisor) on behalf of the MCSP Nigeria MNCH Program Child Health Team. 

Full presentation title: Findings from the Enhancing Quality iCCM through Proprietary and Patent Medical Vendors (PPMV) and Partnerships (EQuiPP) Approach - "Can PPMV's provide quality health services in the communities where they serve?"

Findings from the EQuiPP Approach (MCSP, 2019) PSE Subgroup - July 30, 20192.48 MB
Report | French | Senegal | 2011

Rapport General de Latelier GAPP Senegal - (Inter-Agency, 2011)

This report examines ways to prevent diarrhea and pneumonia-related deaths. 

Rapport General de Latelier GAPP Senegal - (Inter-Agency, 2011)285.92 KB
Report | English | | 2012

CCM of Diarrhea, Malaria, and Pneumonia - (UNICEF, 2012)

This UNICEF-provided resource examines tracking science to police and practice in sub-Saharan Africa.

CCM of Diarrhea, Malaria, and Pneumonia - (UNICEF, 2012)1.66 MB
Report | English | | 2012

Child Survival Summary Roadmap - (UNICEF, 2012)

This UNICEF-provided resource provides an overlay of child survival for public health experts.

 

Child Survival Summary Roadmap - (UNICEF, 2012)7.4 MB
Report | English | | 2012

Committing to Child Survival: Progress Report - (UNICEF, 2012)

This UNICEF-provided report examines ways that public health experts can commit to child survival.

Committing to Child Survival: Progress Report - (UNICEF, 2012)5.29 MB
Journal Article | English | | 2008

Community Case Management of Pneumonia: At a Tipping Point? - (WHO, 2008)

This article examines results from experts in 57 African and Asian countries with the highest levels and rates of childhood mortality to assess current policies, implementation and plans regarding community case management (CCM) of pneumonia.

Community Case Management of Pneumonia; At a Tipping Point - (WHO, 2008)727.43 KB
Report | English | | 2015

Countdown to 2015 Decade Report 2000-2010: Taking Stock of MNC Survival - (WHO/UNICEF, 2010)

This World Health Organization and UNICEF-provided report gives an extensive look at maternal, newborn, & child (MNC) survival.

Countdown to 2015 Decade Report 2000-2010: Taking Stock of MNC Survival - (WHO/UNICEF, 2010)9.15 MB
Guide | English | | 2009

Diarrhoea: Why Children are Still Dying and What Can be Done - (UNICEF/WHO, 2009)

This UNICEF and World Health Organization-provided resource examines the ways that public health experts can prevent children from dying from diarrhoea.

Diarrhoea: Why Children are Still Dying and What Can be Done - (UNICEF, WHO, 2009)3.03 MB
Journal Article | English | Kenya | 2012

Factors Associated with Utilization of CHWs in Improving Access to Malaria - (Malaria Journal, 2012)

This journal article examines the utilization of community health workers in improving access to malaria treatment among children in Kenya.

Factors Associated with Utilization of CHWs in Improving Access to Malaria - (Malaria Journal, 2012)163.31 KB
Report | English | | 2009

GAPP Report - (WHO/ UNICEF, 2009)

This World Health Organization and UNICEF-provided report provides a framework to prevent and control pneumonia. 

GAPP Report - (WHO/ UNICEF, 2009)681.39 KB