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The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) has a long history of providing essential sexual and reproductive health services to young people.

The USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance Project (LMG) developed the Network Strengthening Program (NSP) as a new capacity building program designed specifically for voluntary network managers and leaders.

The USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance Project (LMG) developed the Network Strengthening Program (NSP) to build the leading, managing, and governing skills of voluntary network managers and leaders, including board members, secretariat leaders, and network managers.

Developed by USAID’s Leadership, Management, and Governance Project, the Network Strengthening Program (NSP) was designed to introduce entrepreneurial management techniques to NGO networks.

Between 2011-2016, the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project designed and delivered a wide range of programs to develop inspired leaders, sound management systems, and transparent governance at all levels of the health system to deliver more responsive services to more people.

The LMG for Midwifery Managers Certificate Course was first developed with LMG Project partner Amref Health Africa in 2014.

This report details the results of the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project's evaluation of the LMG for Midwifery Managers Certificate Course in June and July 2016.The LMG for Midwifery Managers Certificate Course was first developed with LMG Project partner Amref Health Africa in 2014.

The LMG for Midwifery Managers Certificate Course was first developed with LMG Project partner Amref Health Africa in 2014.

Prior to 2002, the vast majority of health service delivery systems in Afghanistan were non-existent or informal.

At the end of 2011, Côte d’Ivoire faced significant health challenges, particularly in the area of maternal and child health, and was struggling to prevent and treat HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, but the Government of Côte d’Ivoire articulated a vision for an integrated, accountable, efficient health care system that would guarantee the health and well-being of all citize

For six years, the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project strengthened health systems to deliver more responsive services to more people by developing inspired leaders, establishing sound management systems, and promoting effective governance practices to unlock the potential of individuals, networks, organizations, and governments.This report summarizes the Project’s activitie

This report summarizes significant USAID MTaPS achievements, key challenges, program performance, and adaptation in response to new demands and lessons learned for the July through September 2019 period. The report is organized by health area, objective, region, and country.

Over the last decade, the Ethiopian health system has undergone rapid changes resulting in notable improvements in health. However, Ethiopia remains a high tuberculosis (TB)-burden country with an estimated incidence of 164 per 100,000 population. TB services are decentralized to deliver care to rural communities however there are fragmentations in the level of services provided.

This report summarizes significant USAID MTaPS achievements, key challenges, program performance, and adaptation in response to new demands and lessons learned for the October through December 2019 period. The report is organized by health area, objective, region, and country.

Please download to read the USAID Safe, Affordable, and Effective Medicines for Ukrainians (SAFEMed) Activity in Ukraine News Digest, January 2020 edition.

Despite significant progress towards achieving its Millennium Development Goals, Madagascar was unable to meet many of its targets. The Government of Madagascar has identified community health as a priority for improving health outcomes and is therefore updating its National Community Health Policy and Strategy.

The National Community Health Strategy (SNSC) 2019-2023 for Burkina Faso, validated on December 28, 2018, seeks to set up a national health system which promotes preventative health and makes the community approach to primary health care the foundation for achieving universal health coverage.

The USAID-funded Integrated Health Services Activity (IHSA) supported the Ministry of Health of Benin and the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) to launch an important seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) campaign, where antimalarial medications are given monthly to treat and prevent the disease.

The Ouoré health center is an isolated facility in the commune of Kérou, department of Atacora, in Benin. Based on the volume of services provided by the health center, Ouoré received funding to build a new maternity ward from the Fond d’Appui au Développement des Communes (FaDeC) in 2017.

Building capacity for resource mobilization is at the center of the Government of Benin’s (GOB) decentralization strategy for improving the health and well-being of the people of Benin. The Fonds d’appui au développement des communes (FADeC) is a tool created by the GOB to support this strategy and attests to the government’s strong commitment.

In Benin, gender-based violence (GBV) survivors can access an integrated package of services, including medical and psychosocial care, by visiting one of the country’s One Stop GBV centers, located in the cities of Cotonou, Parakou, and Abomey. However, GBV survivors who live in other regions might be unable to access these services due to financial and other barriers.

Inside this issue:The Integrated Health Services ActivitySeasonal malaria chemoprevention campaignsVirtual One Stop GBV centerRevising the on-site training and supportive supervision approachStrengthening maternal, newborn, and child health through training sessionsEmpowering youth and women’s groups with income-generating activitiesEstablishing CommCare for improved patient follow-upCommuni

The Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained (ACCESS) program is a five-year (2018-2023) integrated health project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH).

The Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained (ACCESS) program is a five-year (2018-2023) integrated health project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH).

The Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained (ACCESS) program is a five-year (2018-2023) integrated health project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH).

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