Featured programmes

We work in partnership with governments, donors, civil society and businesses to design, deliver and evaluate a wide range of programmes in the health and social sectors. Our strength lies in our ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholders and to develop local capacity in order to achieve tangible and sustainable improvements to health outcomes.

See more of our programmes here.

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Strengthening the delivery of quality services in regional and district hospitals across four regions in Tanzania.
Supporting the government of Nepal to build a resilient health system that enables quality health services to be delivered with no one left behind
Strengthening the delivery of health services by enhancing health planning, coordination, financial management and accountability
Common Health Entitlement Card, Bangladesh
Strengthening systems to provide quality urban health services, particularly to women and girls who live in the slums
Children happy with ASHA, Odisha, India
Working with the Government of Odisha to strengthen health, nutrition and WASH services, particularly for those living in rural areas
Strengthening the health system to deliver quality services, and improve access for women in Western Kenya
Increasing the use of quality maternal and reproductive health services through a voucher system, allowing women from poor, rural areas to access services at little cost
Reducing maternal, newborn and child deaths by increasing access to quality services
MamaYe activists, Malawi 2015
Using evidence, accountability and advocacy to drive improvements in maternal and newborn survival through the MamaYe campaign
Providing a global platform for galvanising, catalysing and amplifying the Africa-led movement to end FGM
Supporting laboratories through improving data management, information flows and laboratory system coordination to ensure prompt turnaround
Results-based financing initiative using performance-based and demand-side financing approaches to improve the health of mothers and newborns

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