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Improving COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh

This technical brief was developed to describe how the Integrated Health Systems Strengthening and Service Delivery (IHSS-SD) Activity in Pakistan incorporated COVID-19 vaccination coverage expansion into its agenda. Multiple efforts implemented by the Activity to expand vaccination coverage resulted in over nine million COVID-19 vaccinations given at newly established COVID-19 vaccination centers, and 92 percent…


Implementation fidelity of possible serious bacterial infection adaptive implementation during COVID-19 pandemic

This is a poster developed to display the findings of a fidelity study on the implementation of possible serious bacterial infection (PSBI) treatment in Ethiopia. The PSBI project team found that the study was mostly implemented as planned, and yielded positive results in mitigating newborn mortality during COVID-19. This poster is intended for project funders…


A new online monitoring and supervisory system helps strengthen the delivery of health services in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province

This technical brief was developed to display the purpose and effects of the online monitoring and supervisory (M&S) system implemented by the Integrated Health Systems Strengthening and Service Delivery Activity in three districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province in Pakistan. This system improved quality and efficiency of health services and data collection through increased supervisor…


Building on USAID’s investments in health service delivery to optimize Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response

This technical brief was developed to describe the objectives and successes of the USAID Integrated Health Systems Strengthening and Service Delivery (IHSS-SD) Activity in Pakistan. The Activity’s efforts have created a strong and sustainable health system with the ability to withstand COVID-19 and other infectious disease threats. This technical brief is intended as an activity…


Organizational and behavioral determinants of data quality and information use at district levels in Southern Yemen

This poster was developed to display the findings of a cross-sectional observational survey exploring behavioral determinants of data quality and the use of information for evidence-based decisions at district levels in Yemen. The Systems, Health and Resiliency Project (SHARP) conducted the study and found that data quality assurance mechanisms and practices were not adequate and…


Awareness, Access to, and Utilization of Family Planning Services in Yemen’s Fragile Health System

This poster was developed to display the findings of a cross-sectional analysis of the attitudes, awareness, and use of family planning services among women of childbearing age in Yemen. The results showed a low prevalence of contraceptive use among these women despite a high awareness of contraceptive methods. This poster is a useful tool for…


VCSP Project Brief

This document is a brief of the COVID-19 Vaccine Collaborative Supply Planning Initiative (VCSP).


RISE Bulletin November 2022

Rapid Immunization Skill Enhancement (RISE) is a complementary capacity-building package to strengthen the ongoing training of frontline health workers engaged in routine immunization under Universal Immunization Program of Government of India. RISE issues a fortnightly bulletin with updates on the project. This is the issue from November 2022. 


Understanding the Behavioural and Social Drivers for Under-vaccination of Children in Nepal

The Kathmandu University Behavioral Science Center, JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), and UNICEF Nepal conducted a rapid assessment to identify the behavioral and social factors associated with routine immunization uptake among caregivers and community members in three provinces of Nepal. The rapid assessment was designed for the BSC to conduct formative research that…


Development and expert validation of a ‘Data-to-Action Continuum’ to measure and advance the data-use capabilities of national tuberculosis programs

Background The Data-to-Action Continuum (D2AC) Toolkit is intended to advance the data use capabilities associated with people, processes, technology, and institutions of national tuberculosis programs (NTPs). This paper describes the development process of the D2AC Toolkit, whose aim is to enable NTPs and stakeholders—especially the policymakers, program managers, and laboratory and facility managers—to precisely gauge…


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