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Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2017

E-Learning System (ELS) is a low-cost software and hardware solution that enhances access to a quality online e-learning environment. It combines an open-source software platform with HPI’s innovative integrated hardware solution. This enables functionality in the most resource-constraint environments. ELS benefits students by providing interactive online learning materials via desktop... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefsFactsheets
Publication Date: 2017

Health Partners International develops innovative Information Communication Technology (ICT) solutions that meet the needs of clients and country partners operating in low-resource settings. Our ICT solutions are developed by senior technical experts and informed by their extensive experience working in the field. The technology we provide is accessible, affordable and... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2017

Health Partners International (HPI) has developed a sophisticated suite of software that equips government departments and facilities with data and information to make operational and strategic decisions concerning human resources. The suite comprises of three tools. These tools (HR Admin, HR Skills Surveyor, HR Planner) improve human resource administration, management... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

Nigeria has been implementing the long-lasting insecticidal net intervention approach as a core strategy over the past decade. This brief presents an overview of the achievements and challenges in the use of this strategy and some recommendations based on lessons learnt through the support for National Malaria Programme (SuNMaP). This... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

High gender-based violence (GBV) rates in Zambia calls for innovative and culturally appropriate approaches that resonate with, and appeal to, affected communities. The MORE Mobilising Access to Maternal Health Services in Zambia programme (MORE MAMaZ) integrated a focus on GBV into a community-based maternal health intervention. The programme trained Safe... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

This brief summarises MAPS’ support for institutional strengthening in nine Nigerian states, through adapting and implementing the national policy and strategy for integrated supportive supervision (ISS). This technical brief explores how the concept of ISS relates directly to areas identified under the national health policies and strategies. It also discusses... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

This policy brief highlights how the programme’s approach to community monitoring systems (CMS) was cost-effective, self-sustaining and empowered communities. The CMS data gathered by volunteers closely correlated with data generated by the programme’s endline survey, showing that community-based data collection systems can be highly accurate and provide additional data to... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

The Comic Relief-funded More Mobilising Access to Maternal Health Services in Zambia programme (MORE MAMaZ) is empowering women and girls via seven ‘gender-smart’ strategies: Participatory community engagement approach to mobilise communities Addressing social norms that disempowered women and girls Placing a strong focus on male involvement Adopting a whole community approach Training... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

Health systems that work for women & girls illustrates how Health Partners International’s (HPI) and WISE Development’s work supports gender equality, across the six WHO health system building blocks as well as a seventh – Community Systems, encompassing both contextualisation, demand creation and increased accountability. Over the last 20 years, HPI... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

The Comic Relief-funded MORE Mobilising Access to Maternal Health Services in Zambia (MORE MAMaZ) programme was established in 2014 to support the government’s efforts to improve maternal and newborn health (MNH) access and outcomes. The programme empowered rural communities to tackle all barriers of access, including physical access barriers. The... Read more