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This Spanish document systematizes the experiences of the planning and implementation process of projects financed with international cooperation resources for the provision of maternal and perinatal health care. The document also contains the methodology for the systematization of the experience and the lessons learned and recommendations derived from the systematization process.
This Spanish document contains the experiences of various actors in planning and implementing projects funded by international cooperation resources that facilitate the provision of maternal and perinatal health care.
This document compiles and systematizes stakeholders’ experiences planning and implementing projects funded by international cooperation resources that facilitate the provision of maternal-perinatal health care.
LHSS is presenting at the Global Digital Health Forum, December 4-6, 2023, in Washington, DC.
On UHC Day, join us for a robust discussion on lessons learned from incorporating health system strengthening approaches into COVID-19 response efforts.
In a municipality where over 100,000 people had no access to basic health services, stakeholders joined together to open a primary health center that now serves thousands of households.
Using performance-based financing, this pilot project represents a significant achievement for the Colombian healthcare system, improving the optimization of financial resources, enhancing key indicators, and notably impacting outcomes, especially for migrant pregnant women—an area receiving special attention from local and national health authorities.
In Nasarawa, Nigeria only six percent of the population is enrolled in the Nasarawa State Health Insurance Scheme. The training workshop with the National Orientation Agency aims to provide staff the requisite knowledge to improve awareness about the country's health scheme and boost enrollment.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services, with the support of the USAID-funded Local Health System Sustainability project, facilitated an extensive training on the combined System of Health Accounts/National AIDS Spending Assessment resource tracking approach which aims to generate detailed estimates of both health and HIV spending.
LHSS shares Vietnam experience transitioning from PEPFAR to the government-led ARV supply chain system at the GHSC Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, Nov. 14-16, 2023.
Two years ago, as it struggled to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus and get people vaccinated, the Government of Jamaica turned to private health care providers for help. The results went well beyond its expectations.
The assessment findings inform the MoHSPP and its international partners on interventions to improve the quality of vaccination services, not only for COVID-19 but beyond. This ultimately leads to increased access to improved services in Tajikistan.
LHSS supports the Ministry of Health and Social Services in Namibia for the development of the country's groundbreaking UHC policy and Essential Health Services Package.
LHSS presents on health budget execution at the Montreux Collaborative on Fiscal Space, Public Financial Management and Health Financing, November 13-17, 2023.
The purpose of the DACA was to assess: the Ministry of Health (MOH) data use and data quality processes; the opportunity and capacity of different levels of the health system to analyze data; health management information system (HMIS) governance; electronic HMIS deployment; the state of interoperability, and COVID-19 data capture.