Nigeria

Making healthcare affordable: Women’s savings and loans clubs to the rescue

ICHC Blog Series

This post is part of the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference blog series.

By: Tolase Olatinwo, Knowledge Management Advisor, Jhpiego/Nigeria

USAID ASSIST Nigeria Country Report FY14

This country report describes the work carried out in Nigeria by the USAID ASSIST Project in FY14.

USAID ASSIST Project Annual Performance Monitoring Report FY14

This annual report for the USAID ASSIST Project summarizes the project's accomplishments and results in FY14 supporting the application of modern improvement methods by host country providers and managers in USAID-assisted countries...

Improving Health Care: The Results and Legacy of the USAID Health Care Improvement Project

This final report of the USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) summarizes the key accomplishments and learning of this seven-year global technical assistance project of the USAID Office of Health Systems. Implemented from 2007-2014,...

Integration of maternal and newborn health care: A technical meeting and blog series

The following blog was originally featured on the Healthy Newborn Network and was written by Katie Millar. The post follows a conference in Boston that focused on integrating MNCH approaches across the continuum of care. ASSIST's Jorge Hermida and Kathleen Hill attended and presented at the conference.

On September 9th and 10th, the Maternal Health Task Force and Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives program convened experts in Boston to discuss maternal and newborn health integration. The meeting, “Integration of Maternal and Newborn Health Care: In Pursuit of Quality,” hosted about 50 global leaders—researchers, program implementers and funders—in maternal and newborn health to accomplish the following three objectives:

  1. Review the knowledge base on integration of maternal and newborn health care and the promising approaches, models and tools that exist for moving this agenda forward
  2. Identify the barriers to and opportunities for integrating maternal and newborn care across the continuum
  3. Develop a list of actions the global maternal and newborn health communities can take to ensure greater programmatic coherence and effectiveness

National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life of Vulnerable Children in Nigeria

The National Standards were developed by the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development and implementing partners in Nigeria. The National Standards were developed to: Provide a uniform and evidence-based approach for service...

Community Improvement Guide and Team Journal

This Guide for Applying Improvement Methods to Implement the National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life for Vulnerable Children is intended as a companion document to the National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life for...

Applying a standards-based improvement approach to vulnerable children programming in Nigeria: Jane and Yaro's stories

These cartoons tell the story of the improvement process for addressing needs of vulnerable children at the community level. These are a companion to the National Standards for Improving Quality of Care for Vulnerable Children in Nigeria.

National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life of Vulnerable Children in Nigeria: Community Job Aid and Community Booklet

The job aid and booklet are intended to assist people to understanding and providing services to vulnerable children in Nigeria. The job aid is a companion to the National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life of Vulnerable Children...

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