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Our Approach

The Task Force supports the MOHs in Nigeria and the DRC to identify stakeholders and form co-creation teams in each country. Using an iterative process of research and co-creation workshops, facilitated by Sonder and JSI, the stakeholders define current issues with TA, identify their root causes, and develop innovative and context specific solutions.

Designing the right things; designing things right: phase 1 intent; phase 2 discover; phase 3 concept; phase 4 deliver
The initiative will use an iterative HCD process to redesign TA for MNCH/HSS.

 

Both countries' MOHs are leading the way in identifying and mobilizing stakeholders during this redesign process. The initiative's project advisory committee (more information below) developed a Theory of Change to guide the project planning, implementation, and evaluation.

 

High level theory of change: model development process; enabling the intro and implementation; testing, learning and adapting to framing, models and practices
The Project Advisory Committee developed a Theory of Change to guide the project planning, implementation, and evaluation.

Key Actors

We work with a diverse range of actors and stakeholders, including HCD experts, MOHs, donors, implementing partners, civil society, and multilateral technical agencies.  

The core project team (the Task Force Secretariat, JSI, and Sonder) and a project advisory committee of Task Force members who are currently implementing MNCH programming in the DRC and/or Nigeria, guide the initiative's activities.

The Task Force and Advisory Committee will work with country stakeholders, Sonder, and Gates Foundation to assist governments of DRC and Nigeria.

 


 Project Advisory Committee

 

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More Information

For further information, please contact the childhealthtaskforce@jsi.com