Resources

Health Partners International is keen to ensure that the lessons learned and research in the course of our work reaches as wide an audience as possible and is used for discussion, implementation, teaching and research.

We produce a range of resources built on our extensive experience in strengthening governance and health systems since 1995.

We have a wide range of well-tried and innovative methodologies, tools and approaches for the health sector. These have been developed with our partners, and can be adapted for use in different contexts.

Use our publications search facility on the right by typing in a keyword or ticking a document type, technical or priority health area to find:

Recent Publications

Document Type: Stories
Publication Date: 2016

In Nasarawa State, MAPS established a system of integrated supportive supervision (ISS) for malaria and expanded staff knowledge of how to use RDT (rapid diagnostic tests) and how to treat clients that tested fever positive. Staff are now better able to pass on accurate information on malaria prevention to their... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. Gender- based violence is a serious health problem with a wide ranging and damaging mental and physical, social and economic impacts. Some strategies the programme implemented were:  Safe pregnancy and delivery and used it as non-confrontational... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

As part of the health reforms in Zamfara State, integrated supportive supervision (ISS) for primary health facilities formed a key element of the state’s strategic health plan improving the performance of service providers both at facility and management levels. The state also established a basket fund to secure funding on... Read more
Document Type: Stories
Publication Date: 2016

In Wamba general hospital in Nasarawa State, functional equipment for supportive management including treatment for severe malaria was unavailable, resulting in a challenge in appropriate provision of health care. In 2013, a malaria integrated supervisory system (MISS) was established and subsequently supervisory visits to the health workers in secondary and... Read more
Document Type: Videos
Publication Date: 2016


This film explores the impact of the Women for Health (W4H) programme on the lives of young rural women in northern Nigeria. By changing attitudes to educating young women and girls, W4H is boosting the number of women enrolled in midwifery schools.   Women for Health (W4H) is a five... Read more