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The Health Systems Podcast

The Health Systems Podcast, created by the USAID Local Health System Sustainability (LHSS) project, brings you conversations on what’s working in health systems strengthening approaches and what issues are shaping health systems in countries around the world. The podcast shares learning from LHSS’s work toward a future in which all people have access to affordable, [more…]

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Advancing Health Systems in low-and-middle-income countries podcast

Welcome to the “Advancing Health Systems in low-and-middle-income countries” podcast. This podcast mini-series is part of the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project, a large health system strengthening project funded by USAID and led by Abt Associates that ended in 2018. This series will explore topics in health finance and governance, and delve into how [more…]

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Community Conversations on Vaccines Podcast

Immunization Advocates’ podcast, Community Conversations on Vaccines, explores issues related to vaccines and immunization in low- and middle-income countries through interviews with on-the-ground professionals in those communities, including health workers and journalists. The hosts for the podcast are Vince Blaser, Director of Immunization Advocates, and Francesca Montalto, Associate of Vaccine Acceptance and Demand. Preview the [more…]

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Domestic Resource Mobilization: Country Strategies to Enhance Health Funding

All recent global financing analyses show significant gaps in funding to meet the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), along with declining donor funding. This situation starkly highlights the need for more domestic resource mobilization (DRM) as well as efficient use of current resources. Attention to DRM is especially urgent during [more…]

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Immunization Costing Action Network (ICAN) Country Research and Policy

ICAN aims to build country capacity in the generation and use of cost evidence for sustainable and predictable financing for immunization. ICAN’s four member countries – India, Indonesia, Tanzania, and Vietnam – generated evidence to address the challenges at the top of their health and immunization financing agendas. The research summary for each country includes [more…]

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Saúde Para Todos: Collection of Technical Briefs from Health for All in Angola

The USAID-funded project Saúde Para Todos (Health For All, or HFA) supported the Angolan government’s efforts to increase quality health service delivery across the country. Led by Population Services International (PSI), the project delivered a package of health interventions to bring malaria, HIV/AIDS, family planning services, and reproductive health care to select municipalities and provinces [more…]

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“NOT WITHOUT US!” TOOL FOR AYRH-RESPONSIVE PLANNING (TARP)

Are you a youth advocate who wants to make family planning and reproductive health plans more responsive to the needs of young people? Use this new digital advocacy tool to identify gaps in your countries’ plans and make recommendations for improvement—to share directly with your policymakers. Using TARP, young people and their adult allies follow [more…]

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Investing in Youth Impact: A toolkit on Youth-friendly Funding

CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality conducted a study with 130 dedicated youth-led organizations (YLOs) and 15 major donors to understand the experiences of YLOs in accessing donor funds. Based on the study findings, the Investing in Youth Impact toolkit provides insight into the barriers that YLOs face in fundraising, from the YLOs’ and the donors’ [more…]

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Lea Mimba Pregnancy Club Technical and Evidence Briefs

Pregnancy clubs reflect an important innovation in how antenatal care (ANC) services are delivered and how health providers and women partner with each other toward shared goals. While this approach holds promise in meeting the social support and information needs of pregnant women and for improving the quality and coverage of ANC, further implementation experience [more…]

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Domestic Resources Use Mobilization (DRUM) for UHC

Domestic Resources (DR) Use (U) and Mobilization (M), or DRUM, for UHC focuses on the efficient use of resources for health. Many countries face critical shortfalls in domestic resource mobilization for health, threatening to push health goals out of reach. Health goals matter because health is a human right, but health is increasingly linked to [more…]

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