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Working Groups Report Out_CORE Group_10.17.13


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Working Groups Report Out_CORE Group_10.17.13

  1. 1. FY14 PRIORITIES • Learn how NGOs can support the monitoring the durability of longlasting ITNs • Collaborate with SBC working group on strategic areas to improve SBC in malaria programs • Explore ways NGOs can operationalize the Multisectoral Action Framework for Malaria • Webinars on: improving case management through private providers, new prevention strategies to reach populations at risk and ACT resistance in the Mekong region
  2. 2. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS • RBM Case Management working group • MCHIP CCM and Malaria in Pregnancy work • Global CCM Task Force • MalariaCare • Anemia Task Force • Health Communication Capacity Initiative
  3. 3. CORE Group Fall 2013
  4. 4. FY14 PRIORITIES Integration! HIV/TB ECD NACS HIV and Disabilities Stigma Adolescents Interest Group
  5. 5. ADDRESSING CORE’S STRATEGIC PLAN Yes!! Learning Dialogue Collaborative action Overall health and wellbeing Improve and expand practices Etc.
  7. 7. FY14 PRIORITIES • Completion of Make Me a Change Agent (MMCA) Manual • SBC Capacity Building and Professional Development • Gender • Disaster Risk Reduction
  8. 8. STRATEGIC PLAN RESPONSE 1. Strengthen hub of community health innovation and learning -online webinars and learning opportunities -open to collaboration with academia for identified research needs 2. Increase global participation in collaboration learning and action network --working group meetings open to international participation -Make me a Change Agent (MMCA) manual being piloted internationally -Collaboration with TOPS SBC Task Force 3. Engage with priority health initiatives at global and country level -Participation and representation in USAID Population Level Behavior Change Evidence Summit
  9. 9. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS • TOPS • USAID-MCHIP • JHUCCP HC3 Project (Health Compass) • Open with partnerships to academia for SBC research • Open to collaboration with other working groups
  10. 10. FY14 PRIORITIES 1. Newborns and Child Health ( and mhealth Interest Group and Nutrition) • Technical Series on ECD [Early Childhood Development] including possibility of WHO/UNICEF training on Care for Child Development (evidence-based PSS/PCI  foundational lifeskills for 0 to 3 year-olds) • m-Health Newborn Field Guide 2. Community Health ( and TB) Framework and Guide on Integrating Pediatric TB with Community Health and be used in programs. 3. Community Health System Strengthening Health Focus on Civil Society and Accountability with the Community Systems 4. CCM ( and SMRH): HBB at the community level and be part of iCCM? (WV pilot in S. Sudan)
  11. 11. STRATEGIC PLAN RESPONSE The CCH Working Group is enthusiastic to expand the promotion and sharing of organizations’ learning experience on program implementation through partnership with institutions and universities and having research advisor(s) with the WG.
  12. 12. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS 1. Nutrition WG Webinars and Technical Series on ECD (Early Childhood Development) 2. Tuberculosis (TB) WG Framework for Integrating Pediatric TB and Community Health Programs 3. GHWA (Global Health Workforce Alliance) [ United Nations] Principles of Practice for CHWs 4. mHealth Interest Group mHealth Newborn Field Guidelines 5. SMRH HBB at the community level and possibly be included with iCCM 6. Malaria WG CCM and iCCM (commodities and supplies at the community level etc.)
  13. 13. FY14 PRIORITIES Newborn Health- Prevention of Pre-term births and Still births - Prevention of infections; support HBB Maternal Health- maternal nutrition and its impact on birth and child health outcomes Maternal Mental Health- impact of maternal mental health on maternal outcomes and child nutrition and development Gender-based Violence and its impact on maternal and child health Reproductive Health- focus on adolescents, girls education/protection, fertility Compendium of MNCH tools for use at project level Best Practices- MNCH, women’s empowerment
  14. 14. STRATEGIC PLAN RESPONSE Strategic Objective 1: Expand SMRH Group Leadership -Co-chairs for Newborn, Maternal and Reproductive Health who establish sub-Groups Strategic Objective 2: Establish sub-Groups to address state-of-the-art MNCH issues - sub-Groups survey needs and organize SOTA educational programs Strategic Objective 3: Support CORE and USAID Global initiatives and objectives - increase awareness of global programs and disseminate findings, lessons, tools, and resources
  15. 15. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS CORE Group Collaboration with Working Groups - Nutrition Group- Maternal Anemia -SBC Group- behavior change for CARE Groups -Dissemination of resources, tools related to MNCH/RH Awareness and support for Global Initiatives- i.e. USAID, Promised Renewed; Every Women Every Child etc.
  16. 16. FY14 PRIORITIES • CONTINUE TO HELP PROGRAMS MEASURE MORTALITY: • -Continue to explore the SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transition) Methodology. • Had an introduction to the SMART methodology by Victoria Sauveplane from ACF Canada with a practicum on using the ENA Software • Will provide a link for interested CORE members to ACIF to gain access to field based trainings, both in the US and internationally. • Update the MAP (Mortality Assessment for Health Programs) System Manual based on field experiences • ELECTRONIC DATA COLLECTION GUIDANCE: Next Steps • Explore how to support district information systems with mobile data collection • Update data collection guidance based on field experiences • KPC TRAINING TOOLS:  Provide input to updated modules in the KPC • Spring meeting update on the changes made to the KPC will be provided to the entire CORE Group • With the updated KPC tools we will explore the need for updated guidance on the changes made and implementation of the new survey tools. • Continue to update the KPC modules based on field experiences
  17. 17. STRATEGIC PLAN RESPONSE • Presented the SMART Methodology through ACF Canada at this meeting • Long history of working with Bill Weiss from JHSPH and will continue that partnership • Longstanding relationship with Henry Perry, formerly with and presently with JHSPH • Collaborate with Joe Valadez, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, on topics related to LQAS. • Working with ICF
  18. 18. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS • Relationship with MCHIP and USAID with KPC Survey Modules, work on LQAS methodology, and • SMART for nutrition and mortality • JSI for district health system strengthening and health information system strengthening • Working with Emory and Columbia regarding nutrition and mortality studies
  19. 19. FY14 PRIORITIES Essential Nutrition Actions Anemia WASH for nutrition ECD and nutrition synergies Maternal nutrition Promotion of ProPAN Positive Deviance/HEARTH SUN
  20. 20. STRATEGIC PLAN RESPONSE Identify a research agenda and academic advisors Continued input into USAID Nutrition Strategy Support efforts to involve civil society in SUN
  21. 21. COLLABORATION WITH TECHNICAL & GLOBAL STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERSHIPS SMRH WG – Maternal nutrition, MIYCN – FP integration, Anemia HIV WG - NACS Malaria WG – Anemia SBC WG – Nutrition and infection, PD/Hearth, Nutrition and ECD CCH WG – Nutrition and infection, Nutrition and ECD Disability WG – Nutrition and disability FANTA – NPDA, Anemia SPRING – Anemia, Nutrition-sensitive agriculture MCHIP – Anemia, MIYCN – FP integration TOPS – Nutrition-sensitive agriculture SUN – Advocacy Thousand Days - Advocacy