Health Policy Plus (HP+) strengthens and advances health policy priorities at global, national, and subnational levels. The project aims to improve the enabling environment for equitable and sustainable health services, supplies, and delivery systems through policy design, implementation, and financing. Taken together, evidence-based, inclusive policies; more sustainable health financing; improved governance; and stronger global leadership and advocacy will lead to improved health outcomes worldwide.
Read our project overview briefs for a closer look at the work we do and how we are supporting countries to end preventable child and maternal deaths, reduce unmet need for family planning and reproductive health, and achieve an AIDS-free generation
HP+ promotes health policies that are led by countries but inclusive of all voices. These policies are based on evidence of priority needs and best practices, and will be supported through adequate financing.
To support its efforts in other areas, the HP+ project works to maximize available resources for priority health services and commodities. This effort is inclusive of greater domestic resource mobilization, efficiency gains, and increased engagement with the private sector.
HP+ helps operationalize stewardship, transparency, and accountability among governments and partners, with an emphasis on greater participation and inclusion of all populations.
HP+ recognizes that effective and sustainable health policies are best advanced by well-informed leaders, advocates, and decisionmakers.
HP+ builds on the work completed in our predecessor Health Policy Project (HPP). Learn more about HPP here.