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Botswana's Gender-Based Violence Referral System Project: Operations Research End Line Report

This operations research study evaluated a pilot mobile phone-based referral system for survivors of gender-based violence in Botswana. Through a quasi-experimental design, researchers sought to improve understanding of the process and results of that counttry’s Gender-Based Violence Referral System Project. 29 more words

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A Cost-Effective and Sustainable Approach for Strengthening the Capacity of Routine Health Information System Personnel in Mali

Until recently, the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Mali did not have a specific training program to provide staff with cost-effective capacity building to manage and strengthen the country’s routine health information system (RHIS). 175 more words

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Assessing Alternative Care for Children in Armenia

Armenia’s care reform initiative is based on the United Nations Guidelines for Alternative Care of Children, which outlines specific principles and standards for the appropriate care of children to ensure that they grow up in a protective environment, free from deprivation, exploitation, danger, and insecurity. 197 more words

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Building a Web-Based Decision Support System

As countries strengthen their data infrastructures, global health professionals increasingly need data from multiple sources for monitoring programs and for preventing and controlling the spread of epidemics. 214 more words

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Bangladesh's Electronic Management Information Systems: Using Digital Technology to Link Community Data with Facility Data: Case Study

Strengthening community health information systems (CHIS) entails improving the case management data collection tools used by community health workers and the performance monitoring tools used by their supervisors. 259 more words

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Impact Evaluation of the Western Highlands Integrated Program in Guatemala: Midline Report

The main objectives of the Western Highlands Integrated Program (WHIP), which was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Guatemala, were to reduce poverty and chronic malnutrition among children in 30 priority municipalities. 223 more words

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The MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania Small Grants Program: Building Capacity and Informing HIV/AIDS Programs

Participants attending the 2010 First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research learned that fewer than 10 percent of researchers working in the previous decade in low-income countries on research studies on health systems came from such countries. 250 more words

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