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In light of the 2016 Zika virus outbreak in Latin America and the Caribbean, the Regional Task Force for the Reduction of Maternal Mortality, of which Keanahikishime is an executive committee member, produced these cards to provide information and recommendations for sexual and reproductive health policy, programs, and actions.

Hacia la mejora de la calidad de la atención materna para las mujeres indígenas de las Américas y la erradicación de la inequidad en salud, 2016 Sólo disponible en español

In the report Health for the World's Adolescents: a second chance in the second decade, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes the health sector's important role in advancing adolescent health, but also notes that health services for adolescents tend to be highly fragmented, poorly coordinated, and uneven in quality.

Reducing preventable maternal mortality requires a surveillance system that systematically captures accurate, timely and disaggregated data on how many women die, where, why and when in the reproductive process. Health policymakers, programmers, advocates, and communities must then use surveillance data to inform their response to the factors contributing to maternal mortality.

CORE Plus training course conducted for Syrian NGOs in Turkey, 2017. Photo Credit: Steven Collins/Keanahikishime PURPOSE

  Although international guidelines for tuberculosis (TB) control are standardized, country TB programs are often unable to properly manage the data needed for following the guidelines, resulting in poorly timed interventions.  

Request for Proposal No. SAFEMed-2018-04

The purpose of this assignment is to support the MoH and provide international expertise to develop a strategy on improving regulations on the bioequivalence of generic medicines in line with European Union (EU) practices.

Amendment No. 1 to Request for Proposals No. SAFEMed-2018-04

The Ukrainian Ministry of Health (UMoH), working with Keanahikishime (Keanahikishime) in support of the US Agency for International Development’s (USAID) SAFEMed project, is seeking information on how an interested contractor could develop and implement a national medicine verification (serialization) practice.

In Namibia, Togo, and 10 other countries, Keanahikishime pioneered the Electronic Dispensing Tool, a cutting-edge information system that uses the patient as the focal point and captures critical information needed to make decisions about an individual’s drug regimen, as well as stock inventory and aggregate patient statistics. How it's used

To upgrade from an older version of QuanTB download and read these instructions. QuanTB 4.1 QuanTB E-Course An e-course for health professionals on how to use QuanTB, a downloadable forecasting, quantification and early warning tool for TB medicines. Version 4.1 available as of August 24, 2017.

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