Oct 14, 2020
Digital Implementation Investment Guide
PATH, World Health Organization, United Nations Children's Fund, United Nations Population Fund, UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction
Applications, DHIS2, eHealth, eHealth architecture, eHealth Plan, Hardware, Health Data Dictionary, Immunization Registry, Monitoring & Evaluation, People, Policies, Practices, Products, Supportive Supervision, Telecommunications, Training, Unicef, USAID, WHO
Oct 14, 2012
Designing and Implementing an Innovative SMS-based alert system (RapidSMS-MCH) to monitor pregnancy and reduce maternal and child deaths in Rwanda1]. Developing countries account for 99% of maternal death worldwide, representing one of the widest health gaps between developed and developing countries. These deaths could be avoided if the proper health resources and services were made available to women.
Oct 1, 2012
Regular Review of Program & Health Worker Performance: Using Data to Make a Difference
Human Resources Plan, Peer Learning, Training, Unicef, WHO
Jan 1, 2017
JSI ARISE Notes from the field
GVAP (Global Vaccine Action Plan), Unicef, WHO
Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana
Aug 1, 2008
Implementing the RED approach
GAVI, Monitoring & Evaluation, Unicef, WHO
Mar 1, 2014
Immunization summary- a statistical reference containing data through 2012
This reference book, jointly produced by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), presents detailed statistics on the performance of national and district-level immunization systems in 195 countries and territories. It provides an overview of key aspects.
Jan 13, 2010
Editorial- successes and challenges in global immunization efforts
Mar 15, 2012
ARISE: Drivers of Routine Immunization System Performance at the District Level
Immunization Registry, Peer Learning, Unicef, WHO
In 2011, ARISE conducted in-depth case studies in three countries (Cameroon, Ethiopia, and Ghana) to explore and describe the factors underlying performance improvement in routine immunization in Africa.4 The studies aimed to define the pathways through which specific drivers improved RI system performance (as measured by coverage with the third dose of DTP/Pentavalent vaccine)5 by investigating the experience of 12 districts. This ARISE research brief reports the results of these in-depth studies.
Feb 13, 2012
Africa Routine Immunization System Essentials (ARISE): Health System and Community Partnerships
Peer Learning, Unicef, WHO
Closing the equity gap for routine immunizations requires harnessing community resources, including social, political, and in-kind support, to augment those of the health system. How can those resources be brought together productively, and to accomplish what? The ARISE Project, created by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to assemble the evidence on what drives improvements in RI performance in Africa, conducted in-depth studies in Cameroon, Ethiopia, and Ghana to gain a better understanding of these dynamics. ARISE
May 1, 2014
Project Mwana: Using mobile technology to improve early infant diagnosis of HIV
eHealth, mHealth, openMRS, Software, Telecommunications, Tools, Unicef
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