The MCHIP project consists of a team of leading experts in the field who bring program experiences and lessons learned from the largest ever USAID maternal, newborn and child health- funded projects, including ACCESS, BASICS, IMMUNIZATIONbasics, POPPHI, ACCESS-FP and Child Survival Technical Support Plus [CSTS+]).
“ Stress contribute toward reduction” in the goals In line with the revised PMP
MCHIP supports a full range of interventions along the household-to-hospital continuum of care. MCHIP provides state-of-the-art technical assistance across a broad range of areas of MNCH/FP/Nutrition/HIV-AIDS. As such, MCHIP can develop customized solutions within the specific country context, thereby assisting countries and partners to more efficiently focus their resources. Being able to address a wide range of technical areas improves program efficiency and effectiveness and ensures implementation of the most appropriate mix of household, community and facility-based service delivery options.
For USAID/Washington and the local missions, this consolidation simplifies things. If a mission wants a comprehensive program cutting across multiple technical areas or there is a need for support in one particular technical area one year, and another the next, they can continue to deal with a single project to get the work done.
Talking Points: MCHIP has had multiple discussions with USAID about integration from the outset of the project, and it’s a central concept to this project that we want to be sure to be on the same page about so that we move forward in the same direction. This slide illustrates our vision for integration at multiple levels: integration of interventions; integration of MCHIP components (Sos); and integration of the people and functions of the individual projects that existed prior to MCHIP. Facilitate delivery of high-impact technical interventions at scale, using USAID results pathways as a base “ Integrate” the 3 SOs so that we can maximize results for these high impact interventions. In other words, prioritize our global leadership activities to be consistent with the interventions we’re focusing on; align the CSHGP grantee interventions as much as possible with the MCHIP areas of focus, so that we’ve got program learning happening at the community and district levels to inform other MCHIP activities; develop an implementation research agenda that supports these interventions. Integrate projects/partners into one MCHIP project-- Package interventions where it’s appropriate—leverage other efforts at country level where high-impact interventions can be added into/onto existing packages, or where MCHIP can provide TA to strengthen high-impact interventions as part of a package (examples?)
MCHIP represents an expert team of accomplished technical leads, program managers and organizations, under one centrally funded project, all of whom have proven expertise in improving MNCH. The MCHIP Team combines technical leaders from across the spectrum of MNCH intervention areas with operations experts in health care financing, quality assurance, NGO/PVO capacity building, social marketing, public-private partnerships, logistics, management information systems, behavior change communication, social mobilization and high-quality research, analysis, and evaluation. Add a quote/ significant achievement in using partner skill and resources verbally and the quote will come up with the bullet come up after this Then strong team Stress on positive Atmosphere / on track engages commited staff “Voices from MCHIP 1 second bullet Move other third quote to challenges !! Knowledge management
MCHIP is designed to provide efficient, accountable and results-oriented management . Key personnel draw on a pool of senior advisors and technical experts as needed to support program interventions and each partner brings significant experience to bear.
Country program level: Zimbabwe, Liberia
MCHIP has internationally recognized senior technical staff across the range of areas we cover. Each major technical area is led by one of the partner organizations. As a multi-partner project, however almost all of our technical teams draw on multiple partners for staffing. An important part of our role is ensuring technically strong country programs. However, through various means we contribute to defining and disseminating best practices at global level. These means include global and regional conferences and technical meetings and technical advisory bodies, publications, and important behind-the-scenes technical advocacy work.
MCHIP is an LWA within the Bureau for Global Health CSHGP and MCP are both USAID-supported grant programs within BGH MCHIP’s PVO/NGO support Team provides technical support to each of these programs The overlap in the circles also demonstrates how MCHIP staff beyond the PVO/NGO support team are drawn in to support to the CSHGP and MCP, and how PVO/NGO support team members also participate in other MCHIP activities CORE Group Plays an important role in diffusing learning from MCHIP, including CSHGP grantee experiences, and adding the community perspective to other MCHIP activities and components.
Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program – MCHIP Courtesy: HIP
MCHIP Results Framework GOAL: Reductions in under-five and maternal mortality and morbidity/ accelerated progress toward reaching MDGs 4 & 5 Strategic Objective: Increased use/coverage of high impact MNCH interventions Sub-Objective 1: Increased availability and use of appropriate high impact MNCH interventions, including supportive family planning interventions Sub-Objective 2: Global leadership in MNCH, including further development and promotion of improved approaches Sub-Objective 3: Innovative, effective & scalable community oriented strategies that deliver integrated high impact interventions to vulnerable populations designed, implemented and evaluated by PVOs/NGOs
PATHWAY TO IMPLEMENTATION OF POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT AT SCALE Global advocacy and partnerships : Global action to support work on reduction of PPH Global clinical and program approaches : Evidence-based interventions for prevention and management of PPH demonstrated PPH policy : AMTSL/misoprostol use; Expanded job descriptions for skilled birth attendant cadres managing PPH; PPH service delivery guidelines Health system governance : Proactive financing of maternal health services Drugs & equipment : Oxytocin/ misoprostol procurement, logistics, distribution Service delivery capacity at sites : Reliable infrastructure, personnel, and systems to deliver services Health workers training systems : For PPH prevention and management Community mobilization : Awareness raising of PPH; Birth preparedness Pilot programs : Phase 1 implementation of misoprostol and/or AMTSL for all skilled birth attendant cadres Program initiatives in obstetric and postpartum management : Quality of care; Clinical training; Supervision Pharmaceutical systems : Uterotonics on Essential Drug List and in Drug Registration; Supply chain management National advocacy : Expansion of national program and highlight work of champions Standardization : Quality of care approaches; Government led training expansion Programmatic growth : Adding districts, partners, financing Training programs : Government budgeted training programs on PPH; PPH competencies in pre-service and in-service curricula Clinical coverage : High coverage use of a uterotonic; Public and private implementation Drug & equipment availability : Drugs and supplies in government routine procurement mechanisms REDUCTION OF PPH AND IMPROVED MATERNAL HEALTH STATUS Coverage of uterotonic in third stage of labour 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Global Actions National Strategic Choices Program Implementation Sustainability / Institutionalization Introduction Early Mature M&E Readiness assessment Pilot project data Survey data Indicators in HMIS Routine monitoring INTRODUCING INNOVATION MOVING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE IMPACT AT SCALE MCHIP/USAID active programs Other partners active programs Addressed previously, not active No programs