This paper presents results from MCP projects working to strengthen community-level systems for malaria case management and examines in detail the work of five MCP partners in this regard.
A report by President’s Malaria Initiative’s Malaria Communities Program examining different models of community engagement and outreach implemented by five different organizations, highlighting key lessons learned on building community capacity and engaging members of the communities.
The challenges of developing, introducing and scaling global health solutions – whether they are medical devices, drugs, diagnostics, vaccines or consumer products – are innumerable. As a result, it often takes years, sometimes decades, for these products to reach most of their intended users. By describing priority activities and their importance, supplemented with inspirational case studies and practical tools, IDEA to IMPACT is intended to help global health practitioners accelerate impact through better coordination and earlier planning.
Publication date: 2015
Mobile technologies offer transparent, timely and affordable solutions for collecting and disseminating data about people, projects, and programs.
USAID and its implementing partners can utilize this powerful technology to improve the efficiency and quality of the data we use to make decisions and to better meet USAID goals related to the Forward Reforms, the Evaluation Policy, and the Open Data Initiative
This two hour interactive self-paced online course developed by the Global Development Lab at USAID, FHI360, and TechChange will help build the technical capacity necessary to achieve these goals.
A movement led by UNICEF to energize efforts to reduce the deaths of children under 5 years old in all countries to 20, or fewer, per 1,000 live births by 2035.
Publication date: 2013