ANNUAL FALL MEETING
September 14-15, 2010

 Inspiration, Integration,
          Impact
Our Vision

       A world
       of
       healthy communities
       where
       no women or child
       dies
       o...
Our Program Priorities

 Following Our Strategic Plan to Advance Community Health:
                         2009 - 2013


...
56 Members
ACDI/VOCA                                                           Medical Care Development
                  ...
New Members

Member Elections (9/10)       Applicants in “One Year
                                  Courting Period”
 Wo...
FY10 Working Group Highlights
•   HIV/AIDS     Integration of HIV/AIDS and TB Seminar

•   CCH          Community Case Man...
FY10 CORE Staff Highlights
•   CORE Polio Project Midterm Evaluation (Henry Perry)

•   H2P (Humanitarian Pandemic Prepare...
USAID Partnership in FY11
• 5 year Cooperative Agreement ends 9/30/2010
    – Humanitarian Pandemic Preparedness Initiativ...
Partnership with USAID Title II (TOPS)
                             Strategic Objective
   Highest-quality information, kn...
Commodity Management                                     Sister
                               Value
                     ...
Moving Forward 2009 - 2013
                                                          1. Increase member and
              ...
Inspiration and Impact
                  We learn from YOU!

        VIDEO INTERVIEWS in the Angle Room

1. What do you va...
Dory Storms Child Survival
                    Recognition Award 2010
The Dory Storms Child Survival Recognition Award is
...
Dory Storms Award Recipients

2000:   Dory Storms
2001:   John Wyon
2002:   David Newberry
2003:   Kate Jones
2004:   Warr...
The preceding slides were presented at the
       CORE Group 2010 Fall Meeting
              Washington, DC

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  • 2009-1135 © 2008 Virginia Lamprecht, Courtesy of PhotoshareA health worker weighs an infant at a nutrition center while checking the child's health card at the Kitabi Health Center in Rwanda. 2008Child, Child Health, Child Health Services, Clinic Visits, Clinics, Health Personnel, Health Services, Child Nutrition1800 x 2700 pixels (6 x 9 inches at 300 dpi)
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    1. 1. ANNUAL FALL MEETING September 14-15, 2010 Inspiration, Integration, Impact
    2. 2. Our Vision A world of healthy communities where no women or child dies of preventable causes
    3. 3. Our Program Priorities Following Our Strategic Plan to Advance Community Health: 2009 - 2013 1. Convene and 2. Catalyze and 3. Refine and diffuse 4. Advocate for expand the support global innovative cross- effective community- Community health cutting community focused health Health Network, program initiatives health program approaches within Working Groups, strategies, tools and global and regional and Practitioner to unify community best practices policy arenas Academy health efforts for greater impact and to overcome barriers to mainstream to share and create learning. to program coverage, community health in knowledge, build quality, equity, and international policy partnerships, and sustainability. and practice. improve skills of the global public health workforce. 8/13/09
    4. 4. 56 Members ACDI/VOCA Medical Care Development International Adventist Development and Relief Agency Medical Teams International Freedom from Hunger Africare Mercy Corps Future Generations African Medical and Research Partners for Development Global Health Action Foundation PATH Haitian Health Foundation Aga Khan Foundation Pathfinder Int. Health Alliance International American India Foundation Physicians for Peace HealthRight International American Red Cross PLAN International Helen Keller International American Refugee Committee Int. Population Services International Hesperian Foundation AME - SADA Project Concern International HOPE Worldwide CARE International Project HOPE IMA World Health Catholic Medical Mission Board Relief International Institute for One World Health Catholic Relief Services Salvation Army World Service International Relief and ChildFund International Save the Children Development Christian Reformed World Relief WellShare International International Aid Committee White Ribbon Alliance for Safe International Medical Corps Concern Worldwide Motherhood International Rescue Committee Counterpart International World Neighbors International Youth Foundation Curamericas Global, Inc. World Relief La Leche League International Episcopal Relief and Development World Vision MAP International Food for the Hungry
    5. 5. New Members Member Elections (9/10) Applicants in “One Year Courting Period”  World Connect (Infante Sano) • Mama Project • Medicine for Humanity • Project CURE  World Lung • Samaritans Purse Foundation • The Hunger Project • World Concern Development Organization
    6. 6. FY10 Working Group Highlights • HIV/AIDS Integration of HIV/AIDS and TB Seminar • CCH Community Case Management Essentials Guide C-IMCI Technical Advisory Group Meeting • Malaria: Maternal Anemia TAG and Workshop / RBM Partnership Board • M&E Equity Guidance • Nutrition: Nutrition Program Design Assistant Tool and Training Participation in Scaling-Up Nutrition Global Taskforce • SBC: Most Powerful to Change Behaviors – Exclusive Breastfeeding Designing for Behavior Change TOT • SMRH: HBLSS Curriculum Revision; Family Planning Survey, • TB Elluminate on TB Essential Drugs / Booth at IUATLD Meeting / Stop TB Partnership Board Representation
    7. 7. FY10 CORE Staff Highlights • CORE Polio Project Midterm Evaluation (Henry Perry) • H2P (Humanitarian Pandemic Preparedness) – 16 country program review, Bangladesh, Honduras and Ethiopia lessons learned workshop, Community Preparedness Curriculum • Community Case Management Essentials Guide and CCM Graphic Dissemination • Mobile Health Coordination • Website Revision • New CORE Group Staff: Pinky Patel, Communications Manager and Alyssa Christenson, Executive Assistant / Office Manager • Development of CORE Initiatives Leadership of a Neutral Space that Promotes Coordination and Partnership Development
    8. 8. USAID Partnership in FY11 • 5 year Cooperative Agreement ends 9/30/2010 – Humanitarian Pandemic Preparedness Initiative • Partnership will continue through MCHIP – Program Learning Functions will continue – Collaboration on iCCM, newborn health, maternal and child anemia, family planning integration, immunization, equity, community health systems, CHWs • Ongoing partnership with Flexible Fund through World Learning grant on Family Planning Integration • Ongoing partnership with World Vision to support Polio Project communication efforts
    9. 9. Partnership with USAID Title II (TOPS) Strategic Objective Highest-quality information, knowledge, & best practices for improved methodologies in Title II food aid commodity program performance identified, established, shared & adapted. Improved Knowledge Improved Practices Improved Systems Project Result 1: Knowledge Capture Project Result 2: Project Result 3: Knowledge Generation/ Sharing Knowledge Application/ Sharing Project Result 4: Food Security Network / Knowledge Sharing
    10. 10. Commodity Management Sister Value Networks Chains Infrastructure with FFW Agriculture/Livelihoods Sustainable Ag. Natural Resource Mgmt Water/Sanitation •Monitoring and Evaluation •Social and Behavior Change •Community Mobilization •Gender •Knowledge Management •Hygiene •Nutrition •Maternal and Newborn Health HIV •Community Mgmnt of Childhood Illness TB Health Services Malaria Improvement TOPS’ Food Security and Neglected Tropical Nutrition Network Diseases CORE Group’s Family Planning Community Health Network
    11. 11. Moving Forward 2009 - 2013 1. Increase member and partner engagement and collaborative action to advance community health. Member Organizations 2. Focus and strengthen programs that CORE advance community Technical Group Practitioner health approaches. Working Groups Staff Academy 3. Grow and diversify our funding base and Other participants: partner linkages. academics, donors, private sector, coop. 4. Strengthen our agencies, etc. internal capacity to achieve program priorities.
    12. 12. Inspiration and Impact We learn from YOU! VIDEO INTERVIEWS in the Angle Room 1. What do you value most about being a CORE Group member or partner? 2. Can you share an experience of how CORE Group services, materials, tools, or collaboration have improved your global work or work in the field?
    13. 13. Dory Storms Child Survival Recognition Award 2010 The Dory Storms Child Survival Recognition Award is presented annually by CORE Group to "a person(s) recognized for exceptional efforts resulting in more effective child survival program implementation and increased impact in improving the health of the poorest of the poor including mothers, children and infants in underserved communities throughout the world."
    14. 14. Dory Storms Award Recipients 2000: Dory Storms 2001: John Wyon 2002: David Newberry 2003: Kate Jones 2004: Warren and Gretchen Berggren 2005: Robb Davis 2006: Carl Taylor 2007: Monique and Jerry Sternin 2008: Stan Foster 2009: Henry Perry 2010: Abhay and Rani Bang
    15. 15. The preceding slides were presented at the CORE Group 2010 Fall Meeting Washington, DC To see similar presentations, please visit: www.coregroup.org/resources/meetingreports

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