capacity building


La présente étude se situe dans ce cadre et a pour objectif d’évaluer la qualité des données de routine dela planification familiale dans les régions médicales de Dakar, Saint Louis et Thiès au Sénégal.


The m4RH Toolkit from FHI 360 shares results and insights from implementing the award-winning SMS service over the past six years and provides useful tips and lessons learned for individuals and organizations who are considering whether and how to implement a client-focused mobile phone solution.


The inSupply website provides an in-depth overview of the project, supply chain-related resources, including the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT Logistics Handbook, and the Quantification of Health Commodities Guide (and the RMNCH Supplement).


This brief by Family Planning High Impact Practices defines common leadership and management traits and provides an overview of how strong leadership and management can improve family planning programs.

The HKN program trains distributors, known as “HealthKeepers,” who directly sell health-promoting products and counsel customers. HKN initiated outreach to work with commercial drivers—known as StationGuards—to promote a healthy lifestyle and provide their peers with reliable access to health protection products and services


The Health Workforce Productivity Analysis and Improvement Toolkit from CapacityPlus introduces a process to measure the productivity of facility-based health workers, understand causes of productivity problems, and identify interventions to address them.

Nam Ne is a 38 year old male living in Beung Run Village, Sombok Commune, Chet Borey District, Kratie Province, Cambodia. In October 2010, Ne had severe low back pain for unknown reasons.


This video provides information on Hellen Keller International's (HKN) work in Vietnam to provide eye care services to children in need. 

With the support of USAID’s Childhood Blindness Grant, Seva Foundation contributed to building the Angkor Hospital for Children’s (AHC) capacity to provide pediatric eye care, improved the clinical diagnosis of eye disease and expanded community outreach programs in Cambodia.


Developed by the USAID- and PEPFAR-funded Health Policy Project, this guide is a training tool that provides a standard for stigma reduction. It is a resource for facilitators seeking to train participants to reduce HIV and key population stigma and discrimination, and for leaders of community dialogue and policy development in this area. The guide has been piloted in the Caribbean and other settings and can be readily adapted for other contexts.