CORE Group Overview


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  • First we’ll take a moment to consider the very rationale for CORE’s existence. We’ll start simple with the rationale for CORE Group’s very existence. The shapes within the United States represent our diverse membership of US non-profit organizations
  • CORE Group Overview

    1. 1. CommunityHealth NetworkSpring Meeting 2012
    2. 2. Vision: A world of healthy communities, where no woman or child dies of preventable causes.Mission: To generate collaborative action and learning to improve and expand community-focused public health practices for underserved populations around the world.
    3. 3. Without CORE Group
    4. 4. Realities of the fieldWith CORE Group…making resources gofurther and work better.
    5. 5. • International59 NGO Members 11 • Associate Organizations16 • Individual Associates
    6. 6. Members:ACDI/VOCA ~ Adventist Development and Relief Agency ~ African Medicaland Research Foundation ~ AME-SADA ~ Africare ~ Aga Khan Foundation ~American India Foundation ~ American Red Cross ~ American RefugeeCommittee ~ CARE ~ Catholic Medical Mission Board ~ Catholic ReliefServices ~ ChildFund International ~ Christian Reformed World ReliefCommittee ~ Concern Worldwide ~ Counterpart International ~ CuramericasGlobal~ Episcopal Relief and Development ~ Food for the Hungry ~ Freedomfrom Hunger ~ Future Generations ~ Global Health Action ~ Haitian HealthFoundation ~ Health Alliance International ~ HealthRight International ~Helen Keller International ~
    7. 7. More Members:Hesperian Foundation ~ HOPE Worldwide ~ IMA World Health ~Institute forOneWorld Health ~ International Medical Corps ~ International Relief andDevelopment ~ International Rescue Committee ~ International YouthFoundation ~ La Leche League International ~ Medical Care DevelopmentInternational ~ Medical Teams International ~ Mercy Corps ~ Partners forDevelopment ~ PATH ~ Pathfinder International ~ Physicians for Peace ~ PlanInternational ~ Population Services International ~ PCI ~ Project HOPE ~Relief International ~ Samaritan’s Purse ~ Salvation Army World Service ~Save the Children ~ WellShare International ˜ White Ribbon Alliance for SafeMotherhood ~ World Connect ~ World Concern Development Organization~World Lung Foundation ~ World Relief ~ World Vision
    8. 8. Associate OrganizationsBoston University Center for Global Health & Development ~American College of Nurse-Midwives ~Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dept. of International Health ~Edesia ~ Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University ~International Union Against Tuberculosis & Lung Disease (The Union)IntraHealth International ~ Liverpool Associates in Tropical Health USA (A subsidiary of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) ~ Loma Linda School of Public Health ~University Research Corporation (URC) ~ Womens Refugee CommissionIndividual Associates = 16
    9. 9. CORE Group
    10. 10. 70+ Members & Associates Collectively Reaching 720 Million People Worldwide Global Policy & Advocacy Global Health Initiatives Program Learning & Diffusion Community Health Network Technical Practitioner Working Academy GroupsCoordination & Collaboration Building Partnerships
    11. 11. Working Groups:Community Child Health Community Health Systems TaskforceHIV/AIDSMalariaMonitoring & EvaluationNutritionSafe Motherhood & Reproductive HealthSocial and Behavior ChangeTuberculosis
    12. 12. Interest Groups:Adolescent Health & WellbeingNon-Communicable DiseasesmHealthImmunization
    13. 13. Website & Listserves Fall & Social Spring MediaMeetings Diffusion & Program LearningTrainings Webinars& SOTAS Joint Products
    14. 14. Global Partnerships & Leadership Roll BackScaling Up Malaria Nutrition Partnership CORE Group STOP TB PMNCHPartnership A world of healthy communities, where no woman or child dies of preventable causes.
    15. 15. National &Collaboration Regional Grants Fostering Workshops In-Country Coordination Secretariat Model
    16. 16. Program Planning & Technical Resources BehaviorMNCH Nutrition M&E TB Change Care Group Model Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA) Knowledge, Practice, Coverage (KPC) Community-Based TB Training Manual Designing for Behavior Programming Change (DBC) Guide Curriculum CCM Essentials Guide & Graphic Nutrition Program Design Assistant (NPDA) Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) GuideTaking Care of Baby Flipbook Barrier Analysis Guide Positive Deviance /Hearth Partnership Defined Quality C-IMCI Framework (PDQ) Guide Guide
    17. 17. From innovation in the field… Johns Hopkins World Relief creates Care Group 42% University Model. WR/Food for the Hungry U5MR, 68 validates data in 2 lives peer-reviewed pioneer model in Mozambique saved journal M & E data → Model works! CORE Group involves many organizations to create “How To” tools, collect impact data, define Policy Impact: approach, influence policy. USAID (CSHGP, FFP) UNICEF FH WR adapts, expands refines, expands Higher than use of the Model use of the Model; average (CS, Title II) publishes how-to reduction in guide under 5 mortality Over 20 NGOs Adopt Model in 20+ Countries … to LARGE SCALE IMPACT
    18. 18. Stay ConnectedSpring Meeting 2012 Tag: #cgsm12