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Report | English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020
Examining the interactions between the different actors of TA during the whole lifestyle of an initiative help us understand the ecosystem and break down all the problems and bottlenecks highlighted during the interviews with TA actors and decision makers.6.6 MB
Report | French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020
Examiner les interactions entre les différents acteurs de l’AT durant tout un cycle de vie d’une intervention nous aide à comprendre l’écosystème et à décomposer tous les problèmes et les goulots d’étranglement mis en évidence durant nos entrevues avec les acteurs de l’AT.5.97 MB
Presentation | English | Tanzania | 2020
Presentation by Dr. Samwel Ogillo, CEO of the Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania (APHFTA), on their experience leveraging the private health sector in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation given on May 21, 2020 during the third Child Health Task Force webinar series, Child Health & COVID-19: Partner Collaboration During the Response.705.92 KB
Presentation | | Kenya | 2020
Presentation by Dr. Laura Oyiengo, Head - Neonatal and Child Health with the Kenya Ministry of Health, on the Kenya experience engaging the professional associations to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic effects on children. Presentation given on May 21, 2020 during the third Child Health Task Force webinar series, Child Health & COVID-19: Partner Collaboration During the Response.735.02 KB
Report | English | Nigeria | 2019
Executive summary report of the June 2019 Intent Workshop.
Workshop Goal and Objectives:
With the leadership of the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria, the Redesigning Technical Assistance Initiative organized an Intent Workshop in Abuja, Nigeria from June 24-25, 2019. The workshop aimed to build a shared understanding of problems with current technical assistance approaches and identify opportunities for change within the MNCH/HSS landscape. The workshop objectives were the following:
Event Materials | English | Nigeria | 2020
Slide deck and report from the Nigeria January Integration Workshop, held on January 21-22.8.57 MB1.18 MB
| English | Nigeria | 2019
The Child Health Task Force, JSI, and the Sonder Collective and the ministries of health (MOH) in the DRC and Nigeria are working together to remagine how technical assistance is planned, coordinated and delivered for maternal, newborn, and child health services in Nigeria and DRC.
Report | English | Nigeria | 2019
Understanding the 2030 Vision: A Rapid Desk Review of Strategic Documents for Child Health in the Federal Republic of Nigeria
This desk based review was conducted to synthesize these national policies to provide child health stakeholders in Nigeria with a shared understanding of the 2030 vision (SDG targets) for child health. The review focuses on the child health priorities, targets and strategies to achieve the 2030 vision as articulated in Nigeria’s key policy documents as well as identified needs and gaps that undermine progress towards these goals.1.02 MB
| English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2018
Intent Research Phase 1: Co-Creating New Models of Engagement in Health Service Delivery- Summary of Activities
During this initial exploratory phase, we were focused on understanding the stakeholder landscape within the two respective countries of focus: the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Nigeria. We were specifically interested in engaging with key actors that operate within the various levels of government, as well as with partnering organizations that are involved in the implementation of Child Health programming.9.46 MB
Report | English, French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020
En souscrivant aux Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODD), la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) a pris l’engagement de renforcer son système de santé fragile pour permettre de prestations des services de qualité et accessibles, particulièrement celles dévolues aux femmes, nouveau-nés, enfants et adolescents ainsi que l’amélioration de leur statut nutritionnel afin d’obtenir une réduction sensible et durable des taux de décès rapportés ces dernières décennies. 2.05 MB1.01 MB
Action Plan | English, French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2020
From the March 2020 Integration workshop: diagrams in French and English of the Re-imagining TA in DRC: Roadmap and Blueprint.2.15 MB594.8 KB
| English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2019
This document is a status quo documentation of the most recent design phase conducted for the Re-imagining TA project in the DRC. It is the continuation of the exploration and the understanding of the context and the development of insights, the ideation and prioritisation.
This particular phase focused on the exploration of opportunity spaces identified in the previous workshop and the conceptualization of initial prototypes and their testing. This took place between May 5th and 12th 2019 with the majority of the co-creation team.9.26 MB
Presentation | French | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2019
Diapositives de présentation, Reimaginons l’Appui Technique. Du concept au prototype.
6-10 Mai 20196.08 MB
Report | | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2019
Workshop Goal and Objectives: The Redesigning Technical Assistance for Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Health Systems Strenghtening Project (Project) organized an insight and ideation workshop in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) from March 19-20, 2019 to generate, develop and communicating new ideas. The workshop aimed to develop a synergistic understand-ing of the current technical assistance (TA) challenges and opportunities faced by various actors in the DRC health system, and foster a collective ownership of the redesign process.4.59 MB
Report | English | Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2018
As the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) strives to achieve the 2030 vision1, eliminating deaths due to
preventable causes and improving the wellbeing of mothers, newborns, children, and adolescents, the country
is focusing on high-impact interventions that target the leading causes of death among children under five years.
With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) expanding the focus from child survival to incorporate the
concepts of “thrive” and “transform,” the Ministry of Health (MOH) and its partners will require targeted, 1004.66 KB
Presentation | English | | 2020
Presentation made during the May 7, 2020 Child Health & COVID-19 webinar, on Medic Mobile's COVID-19 Response, including that use and adaptation of the Community Health Toolkit (CHT).5.86 MB
Presentation | English | | 2020
Presentation made during the May 7, 2020 Child Health & COVID-19 webinar, on the newly released guidance from IFRC, WHO, and UNICEF, Community-based health care, including outreach and campaigns, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.2.48 MB
Report | English | | 2020
Synthesis of Findings on Integrated Packages for Child Health Services (Friedman & Wolfheim, JSI/CHTF)
This paper highlights issues to consider when integrating policies and interventions for child health and development, in particular newborn care, nutrition, and activities beyond survival to help children thrive, including but not limited to early childhood development (ECD).431.23 KB
Guide | English | | 2020
This document was released on April 21, 2020 and outlines USAID's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the private sector role in the response, and how the private sector can engage with USAID to support the immediate health response and second-order impact engagement.67.24 KB
Presentation | English | Pakistan, Bangladesh | 2020
Presentation from the first webinar in the Child Health & COVID-19 Response Series on April 23, 2020, featuring experiences from Pakistan and Bangladesh.3.3 MB