Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity

Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity

Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity In Mozambique, HAI partners closely with the Mozambican National Insitutes of Health, and the Beira Operations Research Center (CIOB) to offer both formal training in applied research methods as well as...
Public Sector Mentorship Program Evaluation

Public Sector Mentorship Program Evaluation

Public Sector Mentorship Program Evaluation HAI is evaluating the effectiveness of a maternal and child health “train the trainer” mentorship program led by a multi-sector consortium in Mozambique’s Zambezia Province. In Mozambique’s Zambezia province, HAI is teaming...
On-site Learning Labs for Maternal & Child Health

On-site Learning Labs for Maternal & Child Health

On-site Learning Labs for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health HAI’s Learning Labs are extending core maternal and newborn health training curriculums beyond national trainings and into the health facilities where providers put them in practice. National training...
Liga Inan: Connecting Mothers

Liga Inan: Connecting Mothers

Liga Inan: Connecting Mothers  The Liga Inan program has scaled up mother-to-midwife connections across all 13 municipalities of Timor-Leste, substantially increasing the number of women who seek skilled care in a health facility before, during, and after childbirth....
Prontu: Emergency Obstretric & Newborn Care Training

Prontu: Emergency Obstretric & Newborn Care Training

Prontu: Emergency Obstetric & Newborn Care Training HAI collaborated with PRONTO International and Timor-Leste’s National Institute of Health and Ministry of Health to integrate on-site simulation trainings into the National Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care...
Peer Support Groups

Peer Support Groups

One strategy HAI embraces to build community-to-clinic linkages is through peer support groups—a cost-effective, evidence-based practice that has been shown to improve health behaviors and attitudes across the health care spectrum.