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Annex D Biographical Data Form (AID Form 1420)

Annex E MSH Pre-Award Survey

Annex E.a. DUNS Instructions

Procurement Notice

This self-paced eCourse is tailored to young global leaders working to improve health outcomes in their communities and countries around the world. The eCourse has four sessions that cover how to focus your mindset, eight different leading and managing practices, and overcoming challenges to accomplish your goals.

This self-paced course is designed to provide young people with information about good governance, ideas on how to engage in governance, and ways to strengthen governance skills. It will be useful for youth who already play an active governing role, especially in the health sector, but also for any young person who wants to know more about governance.This course is divided into two modules.

Developed by the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project for use by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) Africa Region, this guide is intended to help build the capacity of volunteers as they are elected to serve on governing bodies at any level and individuals with an impressive track record in a particular area of work who may not have the competencies

The Community Health Planning and Costing Tool, a UNICEF tool developed by Management Sciences for Health, is designed to cost packages of community health services (CHS) and produce results to help assess performance, plan future services, and prepare investment cases. This handbook, which corresponds to the Community Health Planning and Costing Tool version 2.0, describes the process for co

Many people are not getting the HIV/AIDS services they need due to lack of health care providers. And paying the salaries of health personnel consumes a major proportion of national budgets for health services—up to 75 percent in some countries.

Purpose: The purpose of this manual is to provide a set of flexible, adaptable tools, and guidelines to support supervisors in their role of improving the quality of care in the clinics. It is especially helpful for focusing managers on the key elements of integrated primary health care as they simultaneously integrate new interventions for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.Description:

Harmoniser les services de santé : Sauver des vies grâce à l’intégration des programmes de santé reproductive, maternelle, néonatale et infantile avec ceux relatifs au VIH/SIDA, à la tuberculose et au paludisme (French title)

Health policy makers, program designers and implementers, and public health practitioners are often not aware of how to promote good governance and may not have the tools to influence governing bodies and their governance decisions.As strategic management tools, roadmaps force deep thinking, explain where teams are going, and subsequently help everyone stay on track.

Strengthening a country’s capacity to lead its own development is a cornerstone of the United States Government’s foreign assistance efforts. As a prerequisite to receiving direct funding assistance, donors, such as USAID, must assess an organization’s management and systems readiness for the responsible stewardship of funds.

The Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool can be utilized for the development of baseline and periodic capacity assessments of an organization, helping users to measure how an organization’s capacity changes over time.

The International Medical Products Price Guide (formerly International Drug Price Indicator Guide) contains a spectrum of prices from pharmaceutical suppliers, international development organizations, and government agencies.

PurposeTo assist organizations to map the development of key management components and use these results for planning improvements and monitoring progress.DescriptionThe Management and Organizational Sustainability Tool (MOST) is a structured, participatory process that allows organizations to assess their own management performance, develop a concrete action plan for improvement and carry out the

In order to fight against future epidemics, the world must take action to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease outbreaks.  

Tuberculosis is a major cause of adult deaths and places a huge social and financial burden on the people who have the disease, as well as on their families and communities.

This training guide and these tools were created as part of the USAID STOP AI project to help local leaders prepare their communities to respond to widespread disease outbreaks.Facilitator Guide (PDF, 4.8 MB)Pandemic Toolkit (PDF, 9.4 MB)Template Plan (PDF, 1.9 MB)Tool 2: Presentation: Understanding the Threat of an Influenza Pandemic (PPT, 1.5 MB)Tool 3: Health Impact Projection Tool (XLS, 1.2 MB

Purpose:To assist family planing supervisors to evaluate and improve family planning supervision and services.Description:This tool is a computerized instrument for supervisors of family planning services to assess the facility and personnel readiness to provide family planning.

Studies have shown that the role of a midwife before, during and after delivery can play a crucial role in preventing cross-infection between mother and baby. Mother-to-Child Transmission (MTCT) remains a serious threat, particularly with Zika and HIV viruses. Midwives have the power to change that. 

Proper stock management is essential for providing medicines to patients when and where they need them. This is especially important for people living with HIV because treatment is a lifelong commitment and adherence is critical to good outcomes. Pharmacists must be able to track, analyze, and manage stock information to prevent stock-outs, overstocks, and stock expiring on the shelf.

Purpose:The primary use of the WCA is to measure workgroup climate. Its secondary purpose is to engage workgroup members in a conversation about their particular climate so that together, they can find ways to improve it.

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