Scaling Up High-Impact FP/MNCH Best Practices in the Asia/Near East Region
Technical Meeting: Bangkok, Thailand
September 3-8, 2007
This meeting was led by a team from Essential Service Delivery
The IBP partner assessment was conducted during the June 1, 2007 IBP Consortium meeting. The purpose of this evaluation was: 1) gain insights from the IBP membership about the value of
Significant follow-up activities have taken place with the Ethiopia IBP team established in conjunction with the 2004 Uganda IBP Launch.
In January, 2006 the IBP Secretariat and USAID worked with the
The Guide for Fostering Change to Scale Up Health Services, published in English (2007), French (2010), and reprinted in English (2013). A virtual training program launched in 2009.
The IBP Partners
Summary of activities undertaken by IBP Task Teams and the IBP Consortium and Steering Committee Meetings
IBP partners continue to be very active in countries by providing follow-up in Ethiopia, Kenya and India, supporting the repositioning of family planning and initiating post abortion care activities in West
2006 - Kenya Country Story - Identifying, documenting, implementing and scaling-up effective practices
The launch of the IBP Initiative in Uganda in June 2004 catalysed new ways of thinking as well
After the IBP Africa launch countries take action. Mentorship and follow-up are initiated in Benin, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
In Uganda advocacy efforts targeted at the country's
The mission statement and objectives of the IBP partnership were refined and the program of work simplified to reflect key aspect of the strategy emerging from the 2004/2005 strategic review
India – Follow-up continued in Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal and Andra Pradesh
Follow-up visits and support to the four States, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal and Andra Pradesh, have
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