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Grant Management Solutions Success Stories

In the course of almost 10 years of operation, GMS progressively refined its approach to organizing and implementing short-term technical supported, and has consequently identified the ingredients or best practices it considers to be essential to producing high-quality short-term technical support for grants from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund). [more…]

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Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Design Guide

Applying nutrition-sensitive agriculture continues to challenge development practitioners all over the world. USAID Advancing Nutrition recently finalized the Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Design Guide—a facilitator’s guide with accompanying slides and handouts for a 3-day workshop for newly awarded USAID-funded agriculture projects. In this webinar, the USAID Advancing Nutrition team was joined by the Feed the Future Rwanda [more…]

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Implementing MEL in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Tools, Ideas & Reflections

FHI 360 and Mathematica Policy Research hosted a webinar discussing monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the guiding principles and key questions to consider when revising activities and targets. The presentation offers up a decision tree for selecting appropriate modes of data collection with a discussion of some [more…]

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Minimum Standards for Mainstreaming Gender Equality

Addressing gender equality is key for successfully achieving sustainable development outcomes and creating a more equal world. Gender equality mainstreaming is the process or means by which unequal conditions are addressed to achieve the goal of gender equality. This means ensuring a gender lens is applied to all organizational and programmatic activities, including a focus on promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls.

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Lessons and Approaches to Support the Capacity Strengthening Priorities of Local Partners

  Supporting local partners to achieve their own development goals requires valid and reliable measures of current capacity so that gaps or areas of improvement can be addressed and monitored over time. This webinar, conducted by the USAID-funded Data for Impact project, shares experiences in adapting and managing tools to strengthen the capacity of organizations [more…]

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Using Health Data to Improve Universal Health Coverage Webinar

As more countries prioritize universal health coverage (UHC) policies, governments increasingly rely upon quality data to make informed policy decisions. However, persistent challenges in their data systems constrain progress toward improvements in the access, quality, and affordability of health services. In this Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) webinar, members of the JLN’s [more…]

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Établir les Normes pour la Qualité des Soins au Rwanda

Vous êtes invités au second webinaire de la série sur la qualité des soins de MSH afin de partager des expériences et leçons pratiques pour améliorer la qualité des soins à travers tout le continuum des services de santé concernant les femmes, les enfants et les adolescents pour la réalisation de la couverture sanitaire universelle [more…]

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Setting the Standard for Quality Care: Rwanda’s Health Care Accreditation Program

In 2013, Rwanda’s Ministry of Health established the national health care accreditation program, which guides facilities to define, implement and measure standards that describe the expected quality of care. Adapted from internationally recognized standards, the program aids health facility staff to provide evidence-based, patient-centered care that mitigates unnecessary risks, prevents further harm to patients, and [more…]

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Developing a National eHealth Standards Framework

This webinar was hosted by the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) in partnership with PATH and PharmAccess. As countries undertake projects to implement interoperable, national-scale eHealth infrastructure, decision-makers must align interoperability with established eHealth standards – but which standards should they use? In this webinar, Derek Ritz introduced a “storytelling” approach to [more…]

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