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The Abuja Declaration (WHO 2011), which reported on investments in health, noted that funding targets are being missed, both domestically and in terms of international assistance.

To be better leaders, we must be better people, take actions that bring us closer to our communities, and use the best management tools and strategies available. The Guide for Training Community Leaders to Improve Leadership and Management Practices is designed for individuals, teams of managers, or institutions from the public health sector and other sectors of civil society that work a

This quarterly bulletin provides information on the activities of the Integrated Health Systems Strengthening Project (IHSSP).

Bi-Annual Newsletter A publication of Health Commodities and Services Management Program Implemented by Management Sciences for Health

Bi-Annual Newsletter A PUBLICATION OF HEALTH COMMODITIES AND SERVICES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IMPLEMENTED BY MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH

Leadership and Management Skills Help Gotani Health Center Improve Maternal and Child Health Outcomes

Management Sciences for Health serves on the steering group of The NCD Alliance, which has issued this polcy brief on universal health coverage and non-communicable diseases. 

Indonesia has made great strides in expanding Tuberculosis (TB) control over the last few years, with significant assistance from donors, such as the Global Fund against Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), TB and Malaria (GFATM) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The Guidelines for Cancer Management in Kenya is a systematically developed document designed to guide health care workers and allied disciplines in making decisions for man- aging cancer in a consistent and standardized manner. They encourage a uniform approach to prevention, control and treatment of cancer in different circumstances.

This third issue of the Newsletter - HCSM Recap, builds upon previous editions in bringing out the latest global best practices in commodity management, supply chain and health systems strengthening. It puts Kenya experiences into global perspective as well as bringing out issues pertaining to the unique county set up.

The importance of skilled management and inspired leadership are increasingly evident to those who are working to improve health system performance. Many of the critical challenges facing Kenya’s health system, including scarce resources and the changes resulting from devolution, are exacerbated by weak or absent management and leadership skills.

The Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS) project has been committed to promoting quality of care through a process of continuous quality assurance (QA).

The Liberian health system suffered serious setbacks during the 14-year civil war (1989-2003), when trained health workers fled the country, training institutions closed, and health facilities were demolished. Since the end of the conflict, domestic and international efforts and invest- ments have helped produce steady gains.

The rapid rise in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has increased global momentum to establish antimicrobial stewardship programs in health facilities, clinics, and hospitals. The overuse or misuse of antimicrobial medicines is a key driver of AMR and a growing global health problem.

This issue of The Manager focuses on desiging and improving a package of HIV-related services, using a conceptual framework called the Functional Service Delivery Point. The framework can help managers to identify the characteristics that make HIV-related services functional and to deliver these services with strong community and management support.

This issue of The eManager focuses on governing in the health sector, and presents four effective governing practices and their nine key enablers. It shows how health leaders and managers can contribute to a better-governed institution and, ultimately, improve health services and the health of the people they serve.

People-centered health systems cannot be strengthened without good management and leadership. This publication shows how you, as a manager of a health program or health services, can apply proven practices for managing and leading to address the challenges you face. Leadership and management skills are needed at all levels of the health system.

In this publication, we examine aspects of financial management and related office operations systems.

This publication shows that effective human resource management (HRM) is important in any public- or private-sector organization and essential when public health crises collide with workforce shortages.

The publication outlines the essential elements of managing supplies at the district and subdistrict levels and in nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), provides practical guidance in assessing and improving the supply system at that level, and offers a range of other technical and managerial resources and references that will enable you to improve your management skills and study the areas that i

This publication explores the ways in which the health service delivery system interfaces with and builds on the management systems discussed in the earlier chapters of this handbook. You will see how improving the management and leadership of the health service delivery system improves access to and quality of services.

This publication attempts to simplify planning by introducing and defining a range of essential long- and short-term planning processes that managers of health programs or health services should implement. We focus on the primary organizational planning process: the development of a strategic plan and its conversion into an operational plan.

This newsletter, pubilshed in September 2015, highlights the visit of MSH Board Chairman, Lawrence Fish, to Nigeria in May; the six MSH abstracts that were accepted and presented at the IAS 2015 Conference in Vancouver, Canada in July, and a detailed story on the PLAN-Health end-of-project dissemination meetings.

"Improving Medicines Access and Use for Child Health—A Guide to Developing Interventions" represents an up-to-date and practical resource for those developing interventions to improve access to and use of medicines for child illness. It targets groups working in community organizations, health facilities, and district health offices, or within larger health systems.

Despite the growing international trend towards increased regional multilateralism, integration, and cooperation in health and other sectors, there is a limited body of literature examining the relationships, power dynamics, limitations, and strategic advantages of regional bodies.

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