HEALTH FOR ALL
STARTS IN THE
COMMUNITY
MAY 2014
Dr. Carissa Etienne, PAHO
Director
 Advancing universal
health coverage as an
overarching goal
 NGOs need to do
more tha...
What keeps you up at night?
(community health)
 Reaching the most remote
 Growing inequities/gender
 Integrating the pr...
More causes of insomnia
 Behavior change needs
 How to sustainably motivate CHWs
 Scaling up
 MNCH
 Access to modern ...
CORE
 Working Groups
 Intimacy and connectedness
 New members
 New board members
 New friends, old friends, surprisin...
So much of a good thing!
 Social Accountability
 Inspiration Workshop
 Advancing Partners and Communities—
Community He...
Looking to the Future
 Improving local capacity
 Creating opportunities and using our
strengths
 Defining and using our...
Thank You Contributors and
Sponsors
 USAID
 MCHIP –Maternal and Child Health Integrated
Program
 CORE Group Polio Proje...
Thank You CORE Staff and
Consultants
 Alli Dean
 Shannon Downey
 Pinky Patel
 Michelle Shapiro
 Patrick Coonan
 Shei...
THANK YOU!
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14
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  • CORE Group Conference Summary_Judy Lewis_5.9.14

    1. 1. HEALTH FOR ALL STARTS IN THE COMMUNITY MAY 2014
    2. 2. Dr. Carissa Etienne, PAHO Director  Advancing universal health coverage as an overarching goal  NGOs need to do more than provide health services—be involved in process, policy-making  Strategic planning for higher education and system priorities
    3. 3. What keeps you up at night? (community health)  Reaching the most remote  Growing inequities/gender  Integrating the private sector  Lack of attention to maternal depression  Accountability
    4. 4. More causes of insomnia  Behavior change needs  How to sustainably motivate CHWs  Scaling up  MNCH  Access to modern FP  WASH
    5. 5. CORE  Working Groups  Intimacy and connectedness  New members  New board members  New friends, old friends, surprising connections  CORE  small enough that we can appreciate each others’ strengths, skills and talent AND  accept and respect our differences
    6. 6. So much of a good thing!  Social Accountability  Inspiration Workshop  Advancing Partners and Communities— Community Health Systems Catalog  BRAC Manoshi Project Results integrated services  Social Networks  What we have learned from CSHGP
    7. 7. Looking to the Future  Improving local capacity  Creating opportunities and using our strengths  Defining and using our niche  Priorities with clear messages  Linking with other networks  Advocacy
    8. 8. Thank You Contributors and Sponsors  USAID  MCHIP –Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program  CORE Group Polio Project  Concern Worldwide  Georgetown University Institute for Reproductive Health  Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Rights  JSI/Advancing Partners & Communities  Philips Healthcare  Translating Research into Action Project/URC  Worldwide Diagnosis  Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM)
    9. 9. Thank You CORE Staff and Consultants  Alli Dean  Shannon Downey  Pinky Patel  Michelle Shapiro  Patrick Coonan  Sheila Jackson  Unjum Pervez  Samson Abebe  Karen LeBan  Claire Boswell  Valerie Stetson  Student Volunteers
    10. 10. THANK YOU!

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