Driving sustainability and national ownership of sexual reproductive health programmes through supportive legal, financial and policy frameworks
Active in:Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar , Malawi, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
Strengthening the delivery of quality services in regional and district hospitals across four regions in Tanzania.
Review of innovative approaches to maternal and child health services in the HIV/AIDS context
Dr Jeremiah MakulaDr Makula is a public health professional passionate about improving public health, especially women’s health and rights. He leads the Tanzanian team, managing all programme staff and ensuring sustainability of the country programme. He has previously worked as a project’s manager, clinical quality lead, director of health systems management and projects Director at Marie Stopes and Global Peace Foundation Tanzania.
How to manage complex multi country programmes: lessons from our Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programmeFriday, 4 Mar 2022We share lessons on how adaptive programming can overcome the rigidity of traditional approaches, especially during a major crisis like COVID-19.
Wednesday, 30 Jun 2021We have been working with governments in seven countries across Asia and Africa to ensure they prioritise access to sexual and reproductive and family planning services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Download the brief to find out more.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020Accountability sits at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals and is considered a transformational approach to achieving real change.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020Options has been working to improve quality standards in 28 hospitals in Tanzania. In 2016, just two of these hospitals met the minimum standard. By 2018, all facilities supported by the programme had reached the target, thanks to strengthened feedback mechanisms and new improvement plans.