Resources

Welcome to the Child Health Task Force Resource Library. This database hosts a range of documents from agencies and organizations working on child health programming. When using the search function, please be as specific as possible. More specific search language will return the most appropriate results. Resources are available for download for further reading and can be sent via email or other social media platforms for ease of sharing.

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Action Plan | English | | 2019

Newborn & Child Health Commodities Subgroup Terms of Reference - June 2019

Terms of Reference for the Child Health Task Force Newborn and Child Health Commodities Subgroup, created in June 2019.

Newborn & Child Health Commodities Subgroup Terms of Reference - June 2019334.68 KB
Presentation | English | Kenya | 2020

COVID-19: Addressing the Oxygen Gap (S. Adudens-Hewa Tele, 2020)

Presentation by Dr. Steve Adudens, Executive Director, Center for Public Health & Development, during the August 13, 2020 COVID-19 & Child Health webinar hosted by the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup.

COVID-19: Addressing the Oxygen Gap (S. Adudens-Hewa Tele, 2020)1.94 MB
Presentation | English | | 2020

COVID-19 Impact & Lessons Learned for PS Health Supply Chains (P. Steele, 2020)

Presentation by Pamela Steele, Supply Chain Transformation Director at Pamela Steele Associates, during the August 13, 2020 COVID-19 & Child Health webinar hosted by the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup.

COVID-19 Impact & Lessons Learned for PS Health Supply Chains (P. Steele, 2020)185.04 KB
Report | English | Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia | 2019

What Child Health & Nutrition Data Do 24 Countries' HMIS Include? (MCSP, 2019)

Final report of the Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) review of the availability of key data elements in HMIS community and facility recording forms, registers and routine reporting forms in 24 United States Agency for International Development (USAID) priority maternal and child health countries.

What Child Health & Nutrition Data Do 24 Countries' HMIS Include? (MCSP, 2019)2.45 MB
Report | English | | 2020

Epidemiology, Spectrum, Impact of COVID-19 on Children, Adolescents & Pregnant Women (IPA-UNICEF, 2020)

A brief jointly developed by UNICEF and the IPA on COVID-19 in mothers, children and adolescents summarizing the most up to date evidence as of June 29, 2020.

Epidemiology, Spectrum, Impact of COVID-19 on Children, Adolescents & Pregnant Women (IPA-UNICEF, 2020)2.93 MB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Integration Paper (CHTF, 2020) - Expansion Subgroup Meeting Presentation

Presentation during the July 8, 2020 Expansion of the Child Health Package Subgroup on the Task Force-commissioned Position Paper on Integration.

Integration Paper (CHTF, 2020) - Expansion Subgroup Meeting Presentation1.97 MB
Presentation | English | Somalia | 2020

Community Based CH Service Delivery, COVID-19 Context: Somalia Experience (J. Seriki, Save the Children)

Presentation by Dr. Joseph Ege Adive Seriki (Senior Health Advisor, Save the Children - Somalia Country Office) during the fifth webinar in the Child Health Task Force Series, Child Health & COVID-19: Community-based service delivery during the pandemic in fragile and humanitarian settings, on June 30, 2020. The presentation focused on Somalia's experience in community-based child health service delivery in the context of COVID-19.

Community Based CH Service Delivery, COVID-19 Context: Somalia Experience (J. Seriki, Save the Children)615.33 KB
Presentation | English | | 2020

CHWs in Humanitarian Settings: Scoping Review (N. Miller, UNICEF)

Presentation by Nate Miller, a consultant with UNICEF, during the fifth webinar in the Child Health Task Force series, Child Health & COVID-19: Community-based service delivery during the pandemic in fragile and humanitarian settings, on June 30, 2020. The presentation focused on a scoping review of community health workers in humanitarian settings.

CHWs in Humanitarian Settings: Scoping Review (N. Miller, UNICEF)27.41 MB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Role of PS in Ensuring QoC During COVID-19 in Africa (Tajudeen, Africa CDC)

Presentation, The Role of Private Sector in Ensuring Quality of Care during COVID-19 Pandemic in Africa, by Dr. Raji Tajudeen, Head of the Public Health Institutes & Research at the Africa CDC, to the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup on June 23, 2020.

Role of PS in Ensuring QoC During COVID-19 in Africa (Tajudeen, Africa CDC)2.76 MB
Report | | Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Global Design Principles, Nigeria and the DRC

This document summarizes and synthesizes key learnings and outputs from the Re-imagining Technical Assistance project in Nigeria and the DRC. It also highlights the process followed and lesson learned while presenting an initial draft of design principles for better technical assistance that are rooted in the voices of stakeholders who participated in the project.

Re-imagining Technical Assistance: Global Design Principles, Nigeria and the DRC (Final Report)10.57 MB
Guide | English | | 2020

Advocating for Increased Resources for Child Health

This quick handout gives guidance on how to effectively engage with the Global Financing Facility for women, children, and adolescents at the national level. 

GFF guide 2020.pdf358.44 KB
Report | English, Portuguese | Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda | 2020

Child Health Leadership and Networks from 2000 to the Present: Country perspectives from Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda

Over the past three decades, significant progress has been made in child health around the world. Between 1990 and 2015, the mortality rate for children under five declined by 53%1. In addition, sixty-two countries achieved the fourth Millennium Development Goal of reducing child mortality by two-thirds. Despite these successes, considerable preventable deaths still occur, and health disparities exist, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Greater attention is still needed on child health to address the unfinished agenda as well as ensuring all children thrive and reach their full potential. Cross-Country Report1.02 MBMozambique Country Report1.59 MBMozambique Country Report | Portuguese1.47 MBMozambique Country Report's Annexes1.68 MBTanzania Country Report2.12 MBTanzania Country Report's Annexes2.04 MBUganda Country Report1.39 MBUganda Country Report's Annexes2.15 MB

Presentation | English | Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020

Re-imagining TA for MNCH & HSS Project Results Webinar

Presentation of the results from the Re-imagining Technical Assistance for Maternal, Newborn, Child Health, and Health Systems Strengthening Project to the Child Health Task Force membership on June 15, 2020. 

Re-imagining TA for MNCH & HSS Project Results Webinar2.43 MB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Lancet Commission: Data & Information for Action & Accountability (T. Doherty, SAMRC)

Presentation by Professor Tanya Doherty on data and information for action and accountability, as part of the Child Health Task Force-hosted webinar on the Lancet Commission: A future for our world's children? on May 28, 2020.

Lancet Commission: Data & Information for Action & Accountability (T. Doherty, SAMRC)918.24 KB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Lancet Commission: Investing in Child Health (T. Powell-Jackson, LSHTM)

Presentation by Associate Professor Timothy Powell-Jackson on investing in child health and development and its benefits, as part of the Child Health Task Force-hosted webinar on the Lancet Commission: A future for our world's children? on May 28, 2020.

Lancet Commission: Investing in Child Health (T. Powell-Jackson, LSHTM)842.1 KB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Lancet Commission: Multisectoral Approach & Governance Framework (A. Kwamie, WHO)

Presentation by Dr. Aku Kwamie on a multisectoral approach and governance framework for addressing child health and development as part of the Child Health Task Force-hosted webinar on the Lancet Commission: A future for our world's children? on May 28, 2020.

Lancet Commission: Multisectoral Approach & Governance Framework (A. Kwamie, WHO)889.94 KB
Presentation | English | | 2020

Lancet Commission: Overview (A. Costello, UCL)

Presentation by Professor Anthony Costello on an overview of the Lancet Commission: A future for our world's children? during the Child Health Task Force-hosted webinar on May 28, 2020.

Lancet Commission: Overview (A. Costello, UCL)6.38 MB
| French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020

Feuille de route pour le changement

La feuille de route pour le changement avec les domaines de changement; les principes de design a respecter; et les recommandations globales, pays, et l'etat.

Feuille de route pour le changement - Complète.pdf173.93 KB
| English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020

Roadmap for Change

Roadmap for change in the DRC, including areas of change; design principles; and global, country, and state recommendations.

ENGLISH_Roadmap for Change_March 2020.pdf140.58 KB
| French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020

Blueprint de la mise en place de l'appui technique

Un diagramme du blueprint de la mise en place de l'appui technique.

Blueprint de l'AT.pdf1.6 MB