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Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
Working group report out_5.9.14
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  1. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES 1. Short Technical Series on ECD ( Fe Garcia / SBC WG) 2. Opportunities for ECD Integration Webinar - Dr. Aisha Yousafzai –Aga Khan University 3. Care for Child Workshop : Parent caregiver interaction / child psychosocial stimulation – ECD UNICEF Advisor. 4. Social Capital: Findings from India (and questions to ask on SC )Webinar– Will Story
  2. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES Community Case Management • Emergency Setting (UNICEF) • CMAM (Nutrition WG Collaboration) • Family Planning (SMRH WG Collaboration) • Newborn (SMRH WG Collaboration)
  3. FY 2014 ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1) Finalization of Health and Development Program Integration Toolkit up now on K4Health. 2) Hosted concurrent session on Post-Partum Depression/Maternal Stress in collaboration with Safe Motherhood Reproductive Health and Nutrition Working Groups at the Fall Core Group Meeting 3) Presented on “Keeping the Flame of HIV Prevention Burning” to the HIV Technical Working Group during this Spring Global Health Practitioners Conference.
  4. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES 1) 20th International AIDS Conference, IAS Melbourne, Australia 20-25 July 2014: a) Compile all CORE Group members’ posters, presentations, other sessions etc. at the conference and share with member organizations b) Convene members during the event c) Facilitate Cervical Cancer and HIV satellite session planned for the IAS Melbourne July 2014 2) Health and Development Program Integration Toolkit up now on K4Health! (see attached at end of this presentation) – Please help with dissemination! 3) Analysis of Social Drivers of the Epidemic (or any epidemic!) such as stigma, poverty, gender inequities, etc., in collaboration (hopefully) with Social and Behavior Change Working Group.
  5. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
  6. FY 2015 IDEAS & PRIORITIES 1) Linking achievement of “Zero New infections” (2015) to our community work as a possible 2015 Core Group plenary, in collaboration with UNICEF and UNAIDS 2) Promote Business development partnership among members (identify key contacts at each interested organization, foster intelligence gathering, etc.) 3) Possibly develop a PMTCT Option B+ Toolkit/Job Aid ( focusing on “how-to-to-do-it”) for Community Workers (as needed) 4) Possibly activity on understanding a rapidly urbanizing world and its implication for HIV, TB, all of us!
  7. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES • Guidelines for monitoring the durability of long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets under operational conditions” • Help NGOs and Ministries of Health incorporate the se guidelines into ongoing projects • Organize an event to hear from experts on standardized rules and procedures • Webinar on changes or updates in the new Technical Reference Materials on malaria • Link and collaborate with Roll Back Malaria working groups at global and regional levels • Dissemination of advanced learning materials on Malaria in Pregnancy, and Community Case Management. • Collaboration and learning dissemination on early results on the MalariaCare project
  8. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES • Creation of a database for ongoing malaria projects of CORE group partners involved in the Malaria Working Group to increase exchanges and collaboration (on the CORE Group website) • This would include references to tools/resources developed with USG funding • Quarterly webinars. Initial topics include: • GIS mapping of insecticide resistance trends • Non-invasive detection of malaria • Integrating malaria in other health & non-health projects • Quarterly lunches for partners involved in malaria: • On rotational basis in the Baltimore/DC/New York/Philadelphia area • Continued engagement and linking with Roll Back Malaria working groups and networks
  9. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES • ELECTRONIC DATA COLLECTION: We are presently completing a guide on the different methodologies available for electronic data collection. If you are presently using mobile devices for data collection, we welcome your input. You my contact us at: tnitkin@medicalteams.org • MORTALITY RATE TOOLS: We are planning on ways to disseminate lessons learned at the SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transition) Methodology trainings that some of us have been able to attend, as a method of determining mortality rates as well as more precise nutrition rates. • HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING IN M&E: We are creating a guidance document for creating data systems to support districts in incorporating and utilizing project data
  10. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES • NGOs are in transition regarding the types of projects they are implementing and the types of surveys and evaluations they are performing Therefore, we plan to send out a comprehensive LNRA of M&E tools and methodologies • We will ask about capacity and interests: • What types of M&E needs they have • What types of surveys they are presently doing • What tools they are using most/what tools would be most useful • What weaknesses do they have-what do they need • Determine desire for Gender Indicators , ECD indicators, and indicators for other new areas of intervention, such as maternal depression • We will work on finding the most desired tools and performing trainings regarding their use
  11. TOP PRIORITY ACTIVITIES • Organize (with TOPS) training of Master Trainers in Essential Nutrition Actions to expand pool of trainers available to support use of ENA by CORE members • Develop (with TOPS) SIMPLE tool of ~5 nutrition design considerations for related fields (Ag, WASH, ECD) • Link with newly launched informal NY Nutrition Working Group, CMAM forum and with CCH WG to develop CCM module for CMAM to strengthen community component • Develop advocacy tool to help NGOs in SUN countries promote ENA as a practical ready-to-use package for translating the movement into programs
  12. OTHER GOOD IDEAS & PRIORITIES • Collaborate with SMRH WB to expand ENA key messages and delivery strategies for adolescent and women’s nutrition • Distill best practices in nutrition behavior change; possibly including training for CORE members in the negotiation/counseling techniques from ENA • Carry forward work of multi-sectoral anemia prevention & control task force to build toolkit for reducing anemia through NGO programs • Organize monthly calls at which a different NWG member can share a project of interest and get help on challenges • Continue attention to the key nutrition-sensitive areas of Ag, WASH, ECD (through concurrent sessions; hosting ECD interest group • Share materials on nutritional support for children with disabilities
  13. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES Maternal Health • Role of TBAs/SBAs white paper (literature review) • GBV – maternal mental health & fetal development webinar Newborn Health • Diffuse HBB Implementers Guide • Newborn screening webinar Reproductive Health • Link with APC
  14. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES Maternal Health • Role of TBAs/SBAs white paper (literature review) • Maternal waiting homes • GBV – maternal mental health & fetal development • What works well in terms of access and transport? • How to integrate other social sectors (education, agriculture, livelihoods) • Demand generation and SBC – understanding context and women’s lives • Gender – male involvement • Pre-service education • RMC • Link with nutrition TWG (anemia) Newborn Health • Integrate ENC in labor and delivery • SNL – update on latest results • HBB at level of CHWs • STIs and prevention of prematurity • Disseminate newborn mHealth guide and the GH media project’s danger signs video Reproductive Health Health timing and spacing of pregnancy – link with adolescent health interest group
  15. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES • Continued field testing and finalization of the Make Me a Change Agent manual (please contact Amelia if you would like to field test! abrandt@medicinesforhumanity.org) • Joint webinar on Dialogue Education with Global Learning Partners in September • Exploring next steps on Gender and SBC • List of gender-related behaviors for Barrier Analysis
  16. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES • Develop evidence base through research, potential collaboration with a university • Continue work on SBC and gender • Collaborate with M&E working group on evaluation guidelines and M&E tools for SBC • Learning together (sharing experiences in SBC) • Capacity building (SBC 101) • SBC and ECD • Policy (staying connected to the USAID Population Level Behavior Change Summit results) • Continue work on SBC in Emergencies (collaboration with UNICEF)
  17. FY14 UPCOMING ACTIVITIES 1. Disseminate the Framework for Integrating Pediatric TB into IMCI, iCCM and c- IMCI among CORE Group members 2. Publicize community-based events during TB IUATLD meeting by sharing practices with other CORE group members on ongoing TB activities 3. Continue advocating for pediatric TB by increasing awareness on the Pediatric TB Roadmap
  18. FY15 IDEAS & PRIORITIES 1. Continue sharing best practices in TB and pediatric TB 2. Increase engagement of STOP TB Community TB with TB WG 3. Webinars with the IUATLD to review Operational Research 4. Engages with WHO STOP TB to review progress on ENGAGE TB

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