The Leadership, Management and Governance (LMG) Project collaborated with health leaders, managers, and policy-makers at all levels to show that investments in leadership, management, and governance leads to stronger health systems, and improved health for all. The LMG project embraced the principles of country ownership, gender equity, and evidence-driven approaches. Emphasis was also placed on good governance in the health sector—the ultimate commitment to improving service delivery, and fostering sustainability through accountability, engagement, transparency, and stewardship.
Leadership and Governance for Health Security: Our Projects
The USAID Collaborative Support for Health (CSH) Program provides technical assistance to the Government of Liberia at the central and county levels to strengthen its health system to meet the daily health needs of Liberians and become more resilient in the face of emergencies. CSH assists the Ministry of Health (MOH) in six counties to accelerate progress toward the country's priorities for quality health care improvement.
The USAID Mikolo Project in Madagascar reduced maternal, infant, and child morbidity and mortality by increasing the use of community-based primary health care services and encouraging women and children to adopt healthy behaviors. The five-year project directly served an estimated 4.6 million people living more than five kilometers from a health facility.