Join the Health Systems Strengthening Accelerator (Accelerator) and the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) for a session with experts from around the world as they share how they are using data to shape their understanding of the spread of COVID-19, including available technology, national coordination, and interoperability.
Accelerator facilitated COVID-19 collaborative focuses on citizens’ compliance to COVID-19 public health measures, data use, and integration of data systems.
Co-creation emerged as a promising approach for multi-sectoral stakeholders to validate systems challenges, discuss root causes, and create effective solutions together, while building trust and buy-in.
Bahrain, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Mongolia, Nigeria, and Senegal will participate in a 6-month virtual collaborative focused on strengthening the leadership capacities and functions needed to ensure strong cross-sectoral and multi-level coordination to manage major health and socio-economic threats, such as COVID-19. The collaborative will also focus on building the foundation of more resilient and responsive health […]
Insights from the virtual collaborative launch webinar Authors: Dr. Uchenna Gwacham-Anisiobi (Associate, HSDF), Dr. Christine Ezenwafor (Team Lead, Public Health Advisory, HSDF), and Agnes Gatome-Munyua, Senior Program Officer, R4D COVID-19 has undoubtedly posed an enormous strain on health systems globally with over 230 countries, areas, and territories reporting cases[i]. Pandemic responses require multiple sectors, agencies, […]
The Health Systems Strengthening Accelerator (Accelerator), implemented by Results for Development, in partnership with the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) will launch a 6-month virtual collaborative focused on multi-sectoral, multi-level coordination of pandemic responses that will facilitate cross-country exchange on what has worked, and not worked, and generate practical guidance. The collaborative will focus on […]
The current COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be devastating for health systems globally. To slow the spread of the virus and to reduce its toll, country leaders must manage strong systems-focused, multi-sectoral coordination, planning, and monitoring. Countries are asking how to create and manage the cross-sectoral teams needed to mount a coordinated response to the […]