English

Involving Health Posts in Quality Improvement of Prenatal Care in the Context of Zika

With the support of ASSIST, the personnel of the health posts were trained in the components of prenatal care in the context of Zika. The health center’s quality improvement team also shared with them one of its best practices: the use of...

Gender Issues Influencing Zika Response in Dominica

To better the understand the real-time situation of Zika-related health services for women, men, couples,and families, project stakeholders commissioned this gender analysis to look at existing services, challenges, and opportunities. The...

Ghana Situational Analysis of Inpatient Care of Sick Newborns and Young Infants

The Situation Analysis for Inpatient Care of Newborns and Young Infants in Ghana is part of the USAIDled global initiative to understand the status of inpatient care of sick newborns and young infants (NYI) in low-and-middle-income...

Task Shifting/Sharing for HIV Services in 26 PEPFAR-supported Countries: A Qualitative Assessment

Task shifting and sharing have been employed as strategies for addressing ongoing human resources for health shortages in low- and middle-income countries. Task shifting refers to moving tasks from a higher or more specialized cadre to a...

Assessing How Quality Improvement Teams Function at the Community Level: The Case of the DREAMS Initiative

The Determined Resilient Empowered AIDS-free Mentored and Safe (DREAMS) initiative has the potential to reduce risky behaviors, increase access to and utilization of HIV prevention and care services in Northern Uganda, and reduce the...

Towards Integrated People-centered Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Care in Mali

The World Health Organization (WHO), through its Framework on integrated people-centred health services adopted by Member States in 2016, has called for a fundamental shift in the way health services are funded, managed, and delivered...

Effective Leadership for Quality Improvement in Health Care: A Practical Guide

One of the greatest opportunities to improve the quality of health services in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) – and meet global health goals, such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals– is...

Pages