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Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2016

The MORE MAMaZ endline survey was conducted to establish the extent of success of the programme’s interventions in five districts. Specific objectives were: To collect post intervention data to compare changes in attitudes, knowledge and practices arising as a result of the programme’s demand-side intervention by examining changes in knowledge of maternal... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2016

ZIFAS aimed to scale up the provision and use of zinc and low-osmolarity Oral Rehydration Salts (lo-ORS) for the treatment of diarrhea in children under 5 and the uptake of Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation (IFAS) for pregnant women in four states in northern Nigeria. ZIFAS built on the Partnership... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2016

ZIFAS aimed to scale up the provision and use of zinc and low-osmolarity Oral Rehydration Salts for the treatment of diarrhea in children under 5 and the uptake of Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation for pregnant women in four states in northern Nigeria. ZIFAS built on the Partnership for Reviving... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2016

This report summarises eight years of support to the National Malaria Programme in Nigeria (SuNMaP). The £89 million UK aid-funded programme worked with the government and people of Nigeria to strengthen the national effort to control and eliminate malaria. SuNMaP provided technical assistance to the National and State Malaria Elimination... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2015

This paper addresses the issue of building resilient health systems in the context of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa which has brought renewed attention to this challenge. The paper highlights insight gained from two decades work creating resilient health systems in Nigeria—in northern Nigeria in particular. In highlighting how... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2015

This report summarises lessons learned in the implementation of the Department for International Development (DFID) funded study Northern Uganda Health Programme (NU Health). Key findings that are presented in the report include the following: The district health officials continued to report a positive view of the support provided by the... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2015

Evidence, experience and insights arising from NU Health programme is summarised in a set of three publications.  Together these publications provide an overview of insights generated over the course of the programme, with the aim of informing programme efforts by other health service providers, government agencies or cooperating agency partners. This... Read more
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2015

Health Partners International developed a comprehensive capacity building and systems strengthening strategy based on the findings of a rapid situational analysis in each state, it covered six broad intervention areas, which were interlinked and mutually supportive: Institutional strengthening activities Support for coordination and harmonization  Training with follow- up support on... Read more