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20 Ihe ndị dị mkpa Oge Ọgụgụ: 2 nkeji

Na-ewebata 20 Akụrụngwa dị mkpa na ngalaba nkeonwe yana atụmatụ ezinaụlọ

A new collection in partnership with SHOPS Plus


Nsonaazụ ahụike na-adịgide adịgide site na ngalaba nkeonwe (Ụlọ ahịa) Plus project is delighted to partner with Knowledge SUCCESS to bring you mkpokọta curated a of resources highlighting the importance of the private sector in family planning programming.

Ihe mere anyị ji mepụta mkpokọta a

The private health sector is a critical partner for advancing health outcomes. In sub-Saharan Africa, 50 percent of family planning clients obtain their methods from private providers. In Asia, the number rises to 65 percent. N'otu aka ahụ, for the treatment of childhood illnesses, the majority of caregivers turn to private providers.

Only by fully engaging with this sector of the health system can we achieve global health coverage and equity goals.

As USAID’s flagship initiative in private sector health, nke Na-akwado nsonaazụ ahụike site na ngalaba nkeonwe (Ụlọ ahịa) Plus project has a mandate to advance learning. Lessons are generated from the implementation of a variety of approaches. Nke SHOPS Plus Resource Center houses thousands of resources on the private health sector, readily accessible.

To accelerate improvement in family planning markets, USAID asked SHOPS Plus to lead the development of a curated collection of the most essential resources on the private sector for family planning programs and policymakers.

Otu anyị si họrọ akụrụngwa

We collaborated with two other global projects—Support for International Family Planning Organizations II (led by PSI) na Amụma ahụike Plus (led by Palladium)—to create this collection of resources. Our criteria for selection were straightforward. A ga-etinye ya na nchịkọta a, a resource must:

  1. Add to the global evidence base to improve private sector programming;
  2. Be relevant for more than one country—unless …
  3. … If the resource focuses on a single country, it should present a new methodology or data for understanding the private sector globally.

Kedu ihe agụnyere na nchịkọta a?

With these factors in mind, our experts from the three projects sifted through their databases to bring you the most helpful resources on the private sector in family planning. We have done the filtering, so you won’t have to. The collection includes a mix of publications and online tools categorized into the following topics:

  • Organizing private providers,
  • Enabling environment,
  • Total market approach, na
  • Innovating financing

Each entry comes with a summary and statement on why it is essential. Anyị na-atụ anya na ị ga-ahụ na akụrụngwa ndị a nwere ihe ọmụma.

Na-ewebata 20 Akụrụngwa dị mkpa na ngalaba nkeonwe yana atụmatụ ezinaụlọ
Elizabeth Corley

Director of Communications, Ụlọ ahịa Plus, Abt Associates

Elizabeth Corley is the Director of Communications for the SHOPS Plus project. She is a strategic communications and knowledge management professional with more than 20 afọ ahụmahụ. Prior to joining Abt Associates, she led communications for Development Gateway, founded by the World Bank, where she promoted information and communications technologies for development. Before that, she managed communications for Futures Group. A recognized storyteller for international development, Corley has received communications industry awards for her work in video and print production. She serves as co-chair of the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative. She earned a MA from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and a BA from Boston University.

Sophie Weiner

Onye isi mmemme, Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta

Sophie Weiner bụ onye isi njikwa ihe ọmụma na nkwukọrịta na Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta ebe ọ raara onwe ya nye n'ịzụlite mbipụta na ọdịnaya dijitalụ., na-ahazi mmemme mmemme, na ike ike maka ịkọ akụkọ na Francophone Africa. Mmasị ya gụnyere atụmatụ ezinụlọ/ahụ ike ọmụmụ, mgbanwe mmekọrịta mmadụ na ibe ya, na njikọ dị n'etiti ọnụ ọgụgụ mmadụ, ahụike, na gburugburu ebe obibi. Sophie nwere B.A. na French / International Mmekọrịta si Bucknell University, ihe M.A. na French site na New York University, na nzere nna ukwu na ntụgharị akwụkwọ edemede sitere na Sorbonne Nouvelle.

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