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COVID-19 has placed enormous pressure on leaders to mount an effective emergency response to protect their citizens, all while maintaining access to essential health services. Find out how Options is supporting national pandemic responses.
News 2020
Nepal's government has just launched two new COVID-19 (CTC) treatment centres in Bhaktapur and Pokhara that were built by Options' health infrastructure team.
Video 2020
Join us for an online discussion on how COVID-19 exacerbates health sector corruption and what role accountability can play in tackling it.
Video 2020
Nepal's COVID-19 lockdown is putting women and girls at greater risk of gender-based violence. But international and national spotlight on the issue is an opportunity to make lasting improvements to the systems that were designed to protect them.
News 2020
People with physical and mental disabilities are hit harder than other people during health crises, and are more likely to die because emergency responses don't address their needs. Find out what governments can do to protect them during the COVID-19 outbreak.
News 2020
Corruption still limits access to quality health care across the world. Options is supporting a three-year research project, led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, to gain insights into factors that drive and can fight corruption in district health systems in Nigeria and Malawi.
News 2020
Options’ health infrastructure team have supported the Nepali government and hospitals in Pokhara and Bhaktapur to rapidly increase their capacity to treat COVID-19 patients by transforming their temporary hospital building spaces into COVID-19 wards.
News 2020
To stop the majority of preventable maternal and newborn deaths, health facilities need systems like the Maternal Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR) to review factors leading to each death. A look at how it has transformed the health system in Kenya's Nandi county offers some lessons.
News 2020
Medical interventions alone will not stem the spread of COVID-19. It requires the public to understand and act on containment measures. But what does it take to develop effective health messages that people can hear?
News 2020

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