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The publication outlines the essential elements of managing supplies at the district and subdistrict levels and in nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), provides practical guidance in assessing and improving the supply system at that level, and offers a range of other technical and managerial resources and references that will enable you to improve your management skills and study the areas that i

This publication explores the ways in which the health service delivery system interfaces with and builds on the management systems discussed in the earlier chapters of this handbook. You will see how improving the management and leadership of the health service delivery system improves access to and quality of services.

This publication attempts to simplify planning by introducing and defining a range of essential long- and short-term planning processes that managers of health programs or health services should implement. We focus on the primary organizational planning process: the development of a strategic plan and its conversion into an operational plan.

ABCs for Managers Who Lead is a simple and user-friendly lexicon for busy managers who lead. It draws from the combined experience and knowledge of MSH staff who work in different public health programs and projects around the world.  The publication was produced through crowdsourcing by our colleagues from far and wide.

Forecasting Consumption of Select Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Commodities This guide will assist program managers, service providers, and technical experts when conducting a quantification of commodity needs for the 13 reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health commodities prioritized by the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children.

"Improving Medicines Access and Use for Child Health—A Guide to Developing Interventions" represents an up-to-date and practical resource for those developing interventions to improve access to and use of medicines for child illness. It targets groups working in community organizations, health facilities, and district health offices, or within larger health systems.

This publication shares stories from the Strengthening TB and HIV & AIDS Responses in Eastern Uganda (STAR-E) project. STAR-E is a key partner with the government of Uganda in scaling up HIV and TB services. When the project began in 2009, STAR-E supported just 16 health facilities, with only one that provided antiretroviral therapy (ART).

Health Care Financing Reform has allowed health facilities to retain and use their revenue for health service quality improvements. Hospitals and health centers in the three big regions started to retain revenue in 2005-2006, and now it is being rolled out to all regions as a national program. As a result of revenue retention, health facility budgets have improved significantly.

This brief discusses the impact of disease on trade, economic growth and commerce, with particular reference to the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

Despite the growing international trend towards increased regional multilateralism, integration, and cooperation in health and other sectors, there is a limited body of literature examining the relationships, power dynamics, limitations, and strategic advantages of regional bodies.

Performance-based Financing (PBF) is a powerful means of increasing the quality and quantity of health services by providing incentives to suppliers to improve performance and achieve results.

Twelve Stories of How MSH Is Helping Women and Children around the World

Twelve Stories of How MSH is Advancing Health around the World

Twelve Stories of How MSH Is Advancing Health around the World  This compendium of stories was submitted through an internal story-telling contest at MSH and represents the lifesaving work MSH and the frontline health workers we partner with perform every day, around the world.

Stories of How MSH Is Advancing Health around the World

From community health workers in Haiti, to drug shop owners in eastern Tanzania, to midwives in western Afghanistan, the impact of Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been felt throughout the developing world.

The strides made in Malawi's Chiradzulu District demonstrate improved data use at the facility level and that using performance charts can go a long way in improving program performance. As a result of the success in Chiradzulu, the initiative has been scaled up in all of the DHSS program areas.

The patient tracing system improved the delivery of HIV services in MSH-supported facilities in Malawi's Blantyre District. More than 50% of patients who had missed an appointment were brought back to care. Some patients who had self- transferred out to other facilities were identi ed and their outcomes recorded in the register.

Obstetric fistula is an injury to the birth canal, resulting from prolonged labour, that has devastating physical and psychological effects on women's lives.

Plaidoyer, approbation, accés : le misoprostol pour l'Hémorragie du post-partum Guide pour un plaidoyer efficace (French title)

This policy brief, published by FCI in partnership with Gynuity Health Projects, PATH, and FIGO, explores strategies to help governments and partners improve maternal health by expanding access to misoprostol for postpartum hemorrhage (PPH), one of the leading causes of maternal death.

El manual desenvolvido por FCI con el apoyo de la División para América Latina y el Caribe del Fondo de Poblacíon de las Naciones Unidas (UNFPA) incluye las notas para facilitación, el contenido de presentaciones en power point sobre los temas, y sugerencias para trabajos en grupo que ayuden a fortaceler las habilidades de las personas participantes en proyetos que cont

Estos diagnósticos recogen el proceso y los resultados de los talleres nacionales participativos realizados en Perú, Bolivia y Ecuador en el marco del proyecto "Mujer Indígena: Salud y Derechos".

“Mujeres indígenas: derechos sexuales y derechos reproductivos” pretende dar respuesta a la demanda informativa expresada por las mujeres indígenas de Ecuador y sus organizaciones, acerca de sus derechos sexuales y reproductivos, que están vigentes y garantizados por la Constitución de 2008 y a otras leyes que, además, se estructuran tomando en cuenta

Esta  nos da un panorama sobre la situación en materia de salud de los y las jóvenes bolivianos en comunidades indígenas, con énfasis en la salud sexual y reproductiva.

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