The Health Policy Plus Project (HP+) helps countries achieve their health goals by building capacity for policy, advocacy, governance, and finance at multiple levels. The project develops global tools and best practices for policy work, promotes South-South sharing and collaboration, and carries out regional and country-specific policy initiatives. Click through the highlights of our regional and country programs listed below for more specific information, including the latest publications and posts. Sign up for our country-specific mailing lists to get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox.
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In Burkina Faso, Health Policy Plus is supporting the advancement of universal health coverage, community health, and disease preparedness and response.
Health Policy Plus is supporting the Ethiopian government to strengthen domestic resource mobilization and the sustainability of its HIV response.
From 2017–2019, Health Policy Plus collaborated with government and civil society stakeholders to strengthen Ghana’s national HIV response through evidence-based recommendations and costing estimates.
Kenya & East Africa
Health Policy Plus Kenya works to boost sustainable health financing, strengthen health systems management, and help East African member states to achieve universal health coverage goals.
Health Policy Plus uses an integrated approach to tackle Madagascar’s health and development challenges, particularly those related to poverty and high fertility, and maternal mortality.
In Malawi, Health Policy Plus works with key stakeholders to advance health policy and financing for family planning and reproductive health; HIV; malaria; nutrition; and maternal and newborn health at national and subnational levels.
In Mali, Health Policy Plus strengthens stakeholder capacity and improves the environment for policy advocacy, development, implementation, and monitoring of equitable and sustainable health services.
Health Policy Plus provides long-term technical assistance to Mozambique’s Ministry of Health to strengthen its health sector fund management, generate data for decision making, bolster management and operations capacity, and improve health financing.
Building on previous health sector reforms, Health Policy Plus is working with the Government of Nigeria to enhance sustainable financing of HIV and tuberculosis services at national and state levels.
In Tanzania, Health Policy Plus and its partners work with stakeholders to improve the enabling environment for family planning; maternal, newborn, and child health; and HIV services.
Health Policy Plus supports national governments and ministries in West African countries to achieve national and regional goals related to health systems strengthening, family planning, and HIV.
From 2016–2018, Health Policy Plus supported an enabling policy environment in Pakistan to reach family planning goals, especially through improvements to stewardship, capacity, and policy implementation.
In Cambodia, Health Policy Plus works to increase sustainable, predictable, and adequate financing for HIV and tuberculosis and to improve the implementation of social health protection policies.
Health Policy Plus in Indonesia works with government, private sector, and civil society stakeholders to expand healthcare services, especially for maternal and newborn health.
Health Policy Plus is supporting the Philippine government by contributing to the evidence base for increased, sustainable, predictable, adequate financing for key health programs with the ultimate aim of improving social health protection policy implementation.
The Health and Education Policy Plus (HEP+) project supports national health sector reform, civil society engagement, and governance for the education, nutrition, and health sectors in Guatemala and delivers technical assistance to the government of Guatemala to better respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
From January 2016 to March 2020, Health Policy Plus worked with healthcare providers, community leaders, and government partners in Jamaica to strengthen the country’s national HIV response.