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The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) was launched in February 2014 to help build countries’ capacity to help create a world safe and secure from infectious disease threats and elevate global health security as a national and global priority. Find out more about the GHSA, visit: https://www.ghsagenda.org/ 

Over half a billion people have died in epidemics over the last century and most experts agree another epidemic is not a matter of if, but a matter of when. Are you ready? This one page summary of Ready Together was presented at the 2017 Conference on Epidemic Preparedness held at Harvard Medical School.  

Between May and July of 2015, South Korea experienced an outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, that lead to 38 deaths and seriously affected the country's economy. 

  Although international guidelines for tuberculosis (TB) control are standardized, country TB programs are often unable to properly manage the data needed for following the guidelines, resulting in poorly timed interventions.  

The purpose of this assignment is to support the MoH and provide international expertise to develop a strategy on improving regulations on the bioequivalence of generic medicines in line with European Union (EU) practices.

This manual was created to increase participant knowledge of the Champion Community strategy and approach and to provide staff and stakeholders with the necessary information, procedures, and guidelines to be able to implement the strategy and measure its effectiveness.

Request for Proposals RFP-BD-2019-008

Annex A_Vendor Response Format

Annex B_Budget Template

Annex C Budget Narrative Template

Annex D Biographical Data Form (AID Form 1420)

Annex E MSH Pre-Award Survey

Annex E.a. DUNS Instructions

Procurement Notice

This self-paced eCourse is tailored to young global leaders working to improve health outcomes in their communities and countries around the world. The eCourse has four sessions that cover how to focus your mindset, eight different leading and managing practices, and overcoming challenges to accomplish your goals.

This self-paced course is designed to provide young people with information about good governance, ideas on how to engage in governance, and ways to strengthen governance skills. It will be useful for youth who already play an active governing role, especially in the health sector, but also for any young person who wants to know more about governance.This course is divided into two modules.

Developed by the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project for use by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) Africa Region, this guide is intended to help build the capacity of volunteers as they are elected to serve on governing bodies at any level and individuals with an impressive track record in a particular area of work who may not have the competencies

The communication and coaching skills program supports managers in the health care system to coach their teams and nurture their staff for improved organizational performance also supporting the implementation of other development interventions.

Health policy makers, program designers and implementers, and public health practitioners are often not aware of how to promote good governance and may not have the tools to influence governing bodies and their governance decisions.As strategic management tools, roadmaps force deep thinking, explain where teams are going, and subsequently help everyone stay on track.

Governance Guides: Five Essential Practices of GovernanceIn this series of Governance Guides, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), through USAID's Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project, shares practical ways to govern your health system well -- even if you have little prior experience in governance. The guides are written for: Ministers of Health or Directors of a department i

Using the standard dashboard can improve organizational performance by enhancing reporting processes, reducing the volume of data and information targeted at an overwhelmed manager, and promoting timely decision-making.

The objective of the NSP is to improve network effectiveness to meet their member’s needs and enhance their long-term sustainability. The content of the program includes: membership and benefits, distributed leadership, network governance, financial systems and sustainability, and communications for resource mobilization.

PurposeThe purpose of the Community Health Services Costing Tool is to help managers and planners estimate the costs of providing health services at the community level. It can be used for individual community services, packages of services, or for all community services.

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