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: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the  review of training event in Zambia on 18th February 2016. MORE MAMaZ shared their experience of training front-line health providers in social inclusion and communication skills. Funded by Comic Relief, this two and a half year programme, is scaling up an initiative developed and tested by the DFID-funded MAMaZ... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

This technical brief draws on experience of stakeholders and advisors in malaria programming in nine Nigerian states. The experience was gained between 2010 and 2015 in Akwa Ibom, Benue, Cross River, Ebonyi, Kebbi, Kogi, Nasarawa, Oyo and Zamfara state. The processes and tools are relevant to malaria programming in other... Read more
Document Type: Infographics and posters
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. This infographic presents a summary of programme results. MORE Mobilising Access to Maternal Health in Zambia (MORE MAMaZ) was funded by Comic Relief. The programme was implemented by Transaid, Health Partners International, Development Data and Disacare... Read more
Document Type: Infographics and posters
Publication Date: 2016

The More Mobilising Access to Maternal Services in Zambia (MORE MAMaZ) poster draws on the programme’s response to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) which integrated focus on GBV into a broad-based demand-side maternal and newborn health interventions. The approach used: Community discussion groups  Focus on peer education  Use of song Training of... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. This presentation shares two complementary strategies used by the MORE MAMaZ programme to reach the hard to reach groups. A focus on local communities Training in communication and social factors for frontline health providers. Social inclusion... Read more
Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2016

A global commitment to reaching every woman, every child and every adolescent aims to end preventable deaths within a generation. In order to achieve this challenging agenda, innovative, evidence-based and scalable approaches that provide a means to identify and reach individuals who are left behind are needed. Channelling health resources... Read more
Document Type: Journal articles
Journal Title: International Journal of Women's Health
Publication Date: 2016

The Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) maternal mortality target risks being underachieved like its Millennium Development Goal (MDG) predecessor. The MDG skilled birth attendant (SBA) strategy proved inadequate to end preventable maternal deaths for the millions of rural women living in resource-constrained settings. This equity gap has been successfully addressed by... Read more
Document Type: Infographics and posters
Publication Date: 2016

This Results Based Financing and Universal Health Coverage poster draws on the experience of implementing a controlled trial in northern Uganda designed to assess the costs and benefits of RBF versus conventional input based financing.  NU Health generated rich, multi-dimensional data related to innovative practice in health systems development.  In... Read more
Document Type: Infographics and posters
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. This infographic shares results from the Chitambo District in Zambia.  MORE Mobilising Access to Maternal Health in Zambia (MORE MAMaZ) was funded by Comic Relief. The programme was implemented by Transaid, Health Partners International, Development Data and... Read more