Deadline: 31-Aug-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The initial scope and purpose of the multi-stakeholder platform for knowledge sharing on access solutions for innovative medicines (henceforth, the Platform) will be to develop and share knowledge and tools for smarter decision making on access strategies for patented medicines for NCDs, through a collaborative approach. The Platform will leverage the pharmaceutical industry’s capacity for developing innovative access solutions and the World Banks role as a strategic long term partner for developing countries and its convening power, to create a reference policy and implementation framework and decision-making tools for maximizing reach of new treatments for populations that typically would not have access to patented medicines, ultimately driving uptake of voluntary access strategies in developing countries.
The IWG was set up following a series of reports in the aftermath of the Ebola crisis, all of which recommended the need to strengthen and scale up investments in global health security as an urgent priority. The IWG seeks to propose ways in which national governments and development partners can effectively and sustainably finance investments to strengthen country and regional preparedness capacities for health emergencies.
Deadline: 12-May-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Independent Anticorruption Capacity Development and Monitoring for the SPIH project
The preference will be given to local NGOs or consortiums of NGOs and non-for-profit organizations, but participation from other types of organizations is not limited.
Deadline: 20-Mar-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The impact evaluation aims to answer the evaluation question: Does integrating HIV and SRH services reduce costs of service provision without compromising quality of patient care? The evaluation focuses on integration of HIV and SRH services at the primary health care level, district/mission, provincial and central hospital level within three different packages of service provision: integrating HIV services into 1) family planning and 2) antenatal care clinics, and 3) integrating SRH services into ART clinics.
Deadline: 28-Nov-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is working with the PNG Departments of Treasury and Health to explore whether there is greater scope for the private sector to play a role in improving the delivery of health services in PNG. IFC has identified a number of focal areas where further diagnostic work will be undertaken to allow assessment of the potential for the private sector to support service delivery through Public Private Partnership (PPP) modalities. IFC is engaging the services of a consulting firm (Consultant) to undertake a diagnostic study to assist in this work
WASHINGTON, June 24, 2016—The World Bank today approved $150 million in additional financing to help strengthen Bangladesh’s health systems and improve health services, particularly for the poor.
This additional financing to the Health Sector Development Program will continue support to implement the government’s Health Sector-wide Program. The support will help the government address health sector challenges including: sustaining and improving immunization coverage; improving deliveries for pregnant women at public health facilities; and tackling multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. The financing will also help Bangladesh improve public financial management to get more value from its public spending on health. Further, the financing will support developing a robust health information system, including a web-based complaint -handling mechanism – the first in Bangladesh.
Deadline: 04-Jul-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The analysis is intended to provide critical information on how many health workers by cadre are required to cope with the workload of a given health facility and catchment area, as well as to assess the workload pressure of the health workers in that facility. This data collection will not only occur in the facilities themselves but also in the catchment areas where the facilities are located. The WISN data collection in the catchment areas will seek to document the roles of community-based and volunteer workers delivering HIV prevention and treatment services and detail how that links to broader primary care delivery efforts in the respective regions.