In the face of the largest youth population ever, HP+'s Jay Gribble makes the case for aligning employment, youth, and family planning to drive economic growth.
HP+ contributes to optimizing health resources and fostering more equitable, sustainable, rights-based health services, supplies, and delivery systems.
HP+’s West Africa Health Informatics Team (WAHIT) colleagues are in the region this week and next to launch the program and discuss how West Africa can strengthen national health information systems (NHIS) and integrated disease surveillance and response (IDSR).
As part of HP+’s ongoing support to Jamaica’s Ministry of Health to strengthen its Complaint Management System, HP+ Jamaica organized a training this week for JN+ redress officers.
We have the largest youth population ever. The young age structures- especially in African countries- reinforce the need to take effective action to address employment prospects for youth.
ONE Campaign President and CEO Gayle Smith provided the inaugural address to kick off a new lecture series sponsored by the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Rutgers University on October 8, 2017. Named in honor of Anita Datar, the lecture series is designed to inform and engage students, faculty, and the public about pressing issues in in women’s global health.
The Health Policy Project, the predecessor to HP+, with funding from PEPFAR provided Gender and Sexual Diversity trainings for 2,825 participants including PEPFAR staff and program implementers, U.S. government staff, and local stakeholders in 38 countries. Results from the first study to report on GSD attitude change among a global sample of almost 180 individuals from 33 countries were published in PLOS on September 19, 2017.