Este guia apresenta a abordagem participativa APROGE (a ferramenta de sustentabilidade gerencial e organizacional), a qual permite avaliar a gerência de uma organização, identificar as melhorias que necessitam ser introduzidas na mesma e fazer um planejamento destas melhorias.
The documentary series “The Visionaries,” broadcast on public television stations across the United States, tells the stories of individuals and organizations that are changing the world. One of its programs in 2000 explored the vision of MSH’s founder, Ron O’Connor, and the ideas that have shaped MSH’s work in more than 100 countries since its founding in 1971.
THE United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded TB CARE I has stepped up tuberculosis awareness and case detection in the country by providing technical assistance to the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP).
This Power Point presents the community-based DOTS (CB-DOST) approach that applied in Afghanistan from 2009 to 2012 and reviews results from community health workers’ (CHWs) contribution to TB patients' treatment adherence through community-based DOTS.
Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) is a component of Strengthening TB and HIV & AIDS Responses in Eastern Uganda (STAR-E), USAID project funded by the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
Ms. Doris Ngozi Brendan, the Akwa Ibom State Program Manager, recently wrote a news article describing CUBS’ work to economically empower caregivers of vulnerable children in Nigeria. This article was published on the Africare website. Africare is one of MSH’s subcontract partners on the CUBS project.
The cost of scaling up the TB Control Program in Indonesia
The economic burden of tuberculosis in Indonesia
Policy options and levers for financing TB services in Indonesia
Lessons learned from a global approach to strengthening monitoring and evaluation efforts in national TB programs
The HRH Action Framework is designed to assist governments and health managers to develop and implement strategies to achieve an effective and sustainable health workforce. By using a comprehensive approach, the Framework will help you address staff shortages, uneven distribution of staff, gaps in skills and competencies, low retention and poor motivation, among other challenges.
The Ministry of Health’s Pharmacy Division and the Securing Ugandans’ Right to Essential Medicines (SURE) program developed the ￼ Supervision, Performance Assessment, and Recognition Strategy (SPARS) to increase health workers’ ability to manage medicines through on- the-job training and support from a new cadre of Medicines Management Supervisors (MMS).
In the DRC, under-five, infant and neonatal mortality rates remain high with 158, 97, and 42 deaths per 1,000 live births, respectively. As a consequence, close to half a million children die every year before their fifth birthday.
This United States Agency for International Development discussion paper seeks to provide background on some of the recent contributions to the policy literature on extreme poverty. It does not represent the official policy or position of USAID but is meant to spark and inform dialogue on important development issues, both within the Agency and with our external partners.
This series of briefs, commissioned by the Supply and Awareness Technical Reference Team (TRT) of the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women's and Children's Health (UNColSC), aims to share some of the promising practices and tested solutions from Every Women Every Child (EWEC) countries.
On April 23, 2013, Kenya's Pharmacy and Poisons Board launched and demonstrated its digital reporting tool for reporting suspected poor quality medicinal products and adverse drug reactions. The media event featured:
Ms. Mary Ngari, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation
Dr. Bitange Ndemo, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Information and Communications
On November 6, 2013, the Kenya ministry of health launched cancer management guidelines. Prior to the guidelines, cancer prevention and treatment had been addressed in divergent ways by the few physicians and practitioners, most of whom are not prepared to handle these challenges.