CATALYSE : Covid 19 and West and Central African Health Systems
Exploring and learning from regional, national and sub-national evidence, policy and systems responses to COVID-19 in West and Central Africa.
The Catalyse Project seeks to analyse and make effective links between the different forms of evidence to inform public health and policy responses and to learn how governments, the public, the health system and non-state/ private sector actors have responded to COVID-19. This is in order to generate lessons that can feed into strengthening capacity now and in the future to respond to Covid-19 and similar cross border diseases of epidemic / pandemic potential.
WNCAW : Women, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Well being
WNCAW is dedicated in creating the roadmap to end preventable death of women, children and adolescents. Creating enabling environment for their well-being and health.
COMCAHPSS (Consortium for Mothers, Children, Adolescents, and Health Policy and Systems Strengthening)
South-South capacity building and networking research and practice to support health improved Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (MNCimprovement in the ECOWAS subPartners and Funder COMCAHPSS apacity building and networking partnership for leadership, research and practice to support health policy, systems strengthening for Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (MNCimprovement in the ECOWAS sub-region and Cameroon.
Health systems are the common-pool resource on which all programs in the health sector including Maternal, Newborn, Adolescent and Child Health (MNCAH) programs draw. Across sub-Saharan Africa, health systems continue to face multiple, complex and urgent challenges in ensuring that service delivery is efficient, effective and equitable. This weakness affects the ability to implement and scale up effective interventions to improve MNCAH outcomes.