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Community Connector Directory

The development and humanitarian sector comprises many organizations, groups and communities working towards shared sustainable development goals. Connecting with others working on the same issues is a critical enabler of better programs and projects. Since taking off 20 years ago, online groups and communities act as conduits for collaboration and learning. The Dgroups Foundation’s ‘community [more…]

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Organizational Capacity: An Enhanced Framework

This MOMENTUM Knowledge Accelerator report provides an overview of current organizational capacity literature and proposes a new enhanced framework that reflects on the evolution of capacity development thinking in recent years. It considers performance, resilience, sustainability, adaptive learning, and systems thinking and hones in on a limited set of key observable behaviors and practices that [more…]

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Global Health Compassion Rounds Webinars

The Global Health Compassion Rounds are a quarterly gathering of a global community to share experiences, challenge ideas, and spark thinking on compassion in global health hosted by The Task Force for Global Health. We explore the role of compassion in health systems, programs, and service delivery. Each webinar centers on a specific theme that [more…]

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Sustainability of BSL-2 & BSL-3 (moderate-risk & high-risk) TB laboratories: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Laboratory biosafety is critical to protect healthcare workers and to ensure proper diagnostic results. Failures in biosafety occur when risk and sustainability are not included in the implementation process. This webinar from the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease discusses challenges and solutions to this important topic. Case studies are presented where risk was [more…]

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Enhanced Supervision Approaches: Landscape Analysis Report and Highlights

Effective supervision approaches and practices help compensate for shortfalls in human resources for health (HRH) training, le management, and efforts to improve the quality of health services. USAID’s HRH2030 program conducted a landscape analysis report that classifies and summarizes impactful enhancements for health workforce supervision and the direct effects on maternal, newborn, and child health; VIH; [more…]

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The Building Success Series
Building Success series: strengthening response to HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis in Nigeria

Building Success is a series of guides offering practical, concrete, and innovative approaches that have proven effective in strengthening the response to HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis in Nigeria. Each of the four guides can stand alone, but they will be most effective if used as components of an integrated package. The series synthesizes and expands the [more…]

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Report: The Added Value of Combining a Leadership Development Program with Clinical Training on Postpartum Family Planning Service Delivery

Increasing access to and uptake of postpartum family planning (PPFP)–family planning services started during the 12 months following delivery–has the potential to connect many women with life-saving information and services that prevent unintended pregnancies and avoid potentially adverse health outcomes. This report summarizes the findings from a research study to evaluate the added value of [more…]

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Gender Transformative Supportive Supervision Framework

This conceptual framework was designed to show the influence gender has on supervisor-provider relationships, and how this influence could be explored and addressed through programming and research. The framework posits that health facility leadership should move away from gender-blind SS interventions (i.e., those implemented without consideration of gender norms and dynamics) towards gender-aware SS interventions. [more…]

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PROSALUD the Fully Functional Service Delivery Point in Nicaragua and Other Highlights

The Fully Functional Service Delivery Point (FFSDP) approach to quality assurance and improvement addresses the whole system at the health facility, through the application of three main components: (A) Quality standards-based evaluation; (b) Evidence-based work-planning; et , (C) Work-plan implementation using educational and intervention tools for performance improvement. The objective of the FFSDP is to turn [more…]

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Regional Networks and Associations

Despite the growing international trend towards increased regional multilateralism, integration, and cooperation in health and other sectors, there is limited literature examining the relationships, power dynamics, limitations, and strategic advantages of regional bodies. To enhance understanding of the contributions and role of regional bodies engaged in health in Africa, the ASH project undertook a study [more…]

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