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The Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies is a joint initiative of the University of KwaZulu Natal and the South African Medical research Council to create a global centre of research excellence in rural areas. The Center’s research articles are available at Academia.    

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Africa CDC was established by the African Union with the purpose of reducing sickness and death by improving prevention, detection, and response to public health threats. The Africa CDC helps build a healthier, stronger Africa and the AU Member States are the direct beneficiaries. By supporting African countries in their efforts to monitor the public’s health, respond to emergencies, address complex health challenges, and build needed capacity, the Africa CDC help close dangerous gaps in public health systems of Africa. The Africa CDC Coordination Office is based at the AU Headquarters in Ethiopia. Five Regional Collaborating Centers, one in each region of the continent, help execute the day-to-day work of the organization and ensure that the continent is supported at the point of need. The news and events page inform latest happenings in the region. More details:  

 African Union initiative / 992 views

The Network is a group of African and global organizations and individuals already using or wishing to use budget advocacy as a tool to improve health service delivery in Africa. AHBN works with African CSO members and other partners to influence policy and public spending on health and to ensure that African leaders are committed to accountability and transparency around health budget in their various countries. In addition, the Network provides advice and expertise through knowledge and experience sharing among individuals, organizations and professionals to strengthen the ability of coalition members, to engage and influence their countries’ health budget and to improve better health spending in Africa. The resource center section provides access to essential resources including budget analysis reports, training materials, M&E tools, budget scorecards, budget infographics, factsheet and more. More details:  

 Non-Government Organization / 1047 views / Popular

Africa Health Foundation is a non-profit organization that donates medical equipment to hospitals in Africa. The charity helps to solve some of the challenges of healthcare in the Region and to tackle it with resources and work together much more efficiently. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 515 views

AHI is dedicated to promoting young people’s health and development to ensure their successful transition to healthy and productive adulthood. The programs target at addressing adolescent health. The publication section has resources for program implementers working to advance young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights, especially within the context of the family life and HIV/AIDS education. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 353 views

AHO is an international health agency covering the African continent and the diaspora. The organization provides both technical cooperation and health service delivery. AHO aims to lead strategic collaborative efforts among countries in Africa and other partners to promote equity in health, to combat disease, and to improve the quality of, and lengthen, the lives of the peoples of Africa. The publications page includes: plans and strategies, technical reports, gender equality policy, NTD and COVID-19 resources. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 369 views

Africa Healthcare Network is committed to bringing sustainable change to those affected by kidney disease in Africa. The Network brings world-class technical expertise combined with developing world practical operating experience to the Region that in dire need of quality dialysis treatment. It has established a dialysis chain across Sub-Saharan Africa, providing life-saving dialysis at affordable cost.AHN has centers in Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya and Burundi. More details:

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 693 views

AfrIPEN is a partnership among various institutions and individuals with the vision to establish inter-professional education and collaborative practice (IPE) as an integral part in training the health workforce and in the effective functioning of systems for health in Sub-Saharan Africa.AfrIPEN advocates, collaborates, promotes and shares good practice of IPE in Sub-Saharan Africa.You can join AfrIPEN as individual member, institutional member, or as a collaborator.  The Events page has upcoming and archived events. You can download reports, presentations, and audio materials. More details:

 Partnership / 1749 views / Popular

AMHF is a non-profit organization dedicated to research in mental and neurological health and substance use to generate evidence for policy and best practice in the provision of affordable, appropriate, available and accessible mental health services. AMHF brings together different professionals from both mental health and non-mental health fields to work together in research and interventions in mental health. Free mental health information is available and has publications, books, reports, papers, and monographs. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1159 views / Popular

AMHRTF is an NGO dedicated to research in mental and neurological health as well as substance use research to generate evidence for policy and best practice in the provision of affordable, appropriate, available and accessible mental health services. The site has published papers, books, reports and monographs.

 Non-Government Organization / 416 views

ACPF is a non-profit, pan-African institution for policy research and advocacy on children in Africa. In partnership with governments and rights-based organizations in Africa and around the world, the Forum aspires to contribute to the realization of “All rights to all children”. The ACPF resource center  has materials on child wellbeing, children and the law, accessing justice, violence against children, child poverty, children with disabilities, child-headed households, skillful parenting, child participation, audio visuals and much more. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 963 views

The Committee is a group of individuals of high competence in matters of the rights and welfare of the child. The main task of the Committee is to collect information, interpret provisions of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, monitor the implementation of the Charter, report on the fulfillment of child rights and give recommendations to governments working with child rights organizations. The Committee considers individual complaints about violations of children’s rights, and investigates measures adopted by Member States to implement the Charter. The case law database has African child rights case by country, court case type and subjects such as abduction, best interests of the child, custody, sexual abuse, etc. There are also other documents and publications in the resources section. More details:  

 African Union initiative / 920 views

ACHAP provides technical assistance and health-focused capacity building, mainly on HIV and TB prevention, care and treatment. ACHAP’s activities are expanded across the public/population health space providing technical support, training and grant management services in the African Region. The publications link has latest news, newsletters, and document library.  More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1141 views / Popular

The African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM) is a broad coalition of national societies, organizations, and individuals from over 40 countries dedicated to securing high-quality emergency care for all people across Africa. The Federation envisions an Africa where high-quality emergency care is realized for all. The model to achieve this has six components: leadership development; advocacy; collaboration; research; education & training; and policy and frameworks. AFEM’s resources are Africa-specific and focus on clinical, nursing, and pre-hospital emergency care. The materials are open source and provide guidance for leadership development, education and training, advocacy, and policy. More detail:

 Alliance/Coalition / 673 views

AfroPHC is a forum for health workers on the frontlines of primary care services in health systems of Africa and supporters of the primary health care approach. AfroPHC is committed to achieving universal health coverage in Africa. The centrality of PHC to UHC efforts remain a challenge in Africa.AfroPHC requests all organizations and individuals to join in and contribute to the PHC approach, especially for rural communities. AfroPHC has resources such as Research, Google group,training and news. More Details :

 Forum / 437 views

AFREHealth is an interdisciplinary health professional group that seeks to work with Ministries of Health, training institutions and other stakeholders to improve the quality of health care in Africa through research, education and capacity building. The Group constitutes individuals, institutions, associations and networks from all the geographic and linguistic regions of Africa; namely Anglophone, Francophone, Lusophone and Arabophone. You can join the membership if you are committed to an Africa with strong, self-sustaining and robust health systems.The resources page has reports and publications by AfreHealth members.   More Details:

 Forum / 589 views

Inspired by potential benefits of Open Educational Resources (OER), over 40 faculty and staff representing eight health science institutions from across Africa came together and established the African Health OER Network (OER Africa). The Network seeks to enable participants to develop, adapt and share health education resources to augment limited human and other resources in the health sector and impact positively on overall health provision. The OER Africa aims to strengthen the intellectual and policy infrastructure within and between African institutions and beyond. The Network advances health education in Africa by using OER to share knowledge, address curriculum gaps, and support communities around health education. In the Courseware, Research & Policies section, OER Africa and other partners research is available. More details:

 Academic institution / 824 views

AHO is a non-governmental organization whose purpose is to advance the course of medicine and health in Africa through cooperation with existing international organizations and agencies. The organization provides health services to the African people by complementing and expanding the work of WHO, especially in the rural areas of the continent. AHO aims to provide solutions to health problems through medical research, public health education and dissemination of information. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 354 views

The AHN, a non-profit organization, is a coalition of heart foundations, cardiac societies and individuals working in the field of cardiovascular disease in Africa. The Network is part of the global cardiovascular disease (CVD) community through its membership of the World Heart Federation (WHF). AHN work towards the improvement of the health of Africans through CVD prevention, better detection, and treatment between African countries. It advocates for increased awareness regarding the prevention and control of CVD in Africa. Also, AHN spearheads policies and programs to promote cardiovascular health in the whole population and among high risk individuals. In addition, AHN disseminates and promotes research findings related to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Africa. The resource center link provides evidence-based patient information regarding the prevention of cardiovascular disease aimed for the general public. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1200 views / Popular

AFIDEP is an African-led, regional non-profit research policy institute established to help bridge the gaps between research, policy and practice in development efforts in Africa. AFIDEP works towards systemic actions that drive a cultural shift from low evidence use to a setting where evidence is actively sought and used routinely in decision-making. In this way, the right investments are made towards the transformation of people’s lives for the better. The resources section has publications such as policy documents, policy briefs, journal articles, news & blogs, multimedia and training materials

 Non-Government Organization / 255 views

AIPHP is dedicated to fostering national and international collaboration among public health professionals and fellows. The Institute provides updated knowledge and skills to public health professionals. It contributes to all national public health services. The publications section has journals, newsletter and educational resources.

 Alliance/Coalition / 583 views

Founded and based in Africa, ANPPCAN promotes child rights and child protection. The Network conducts research and documentation to initiate or strengthen programs for children. Core programs cover: provision of direct services to children; advocacy efforts at local, national, regional and international levels; networking and partnerships; systems strengthening; and capacity building to enhance ability in preventing and protecting children from abuse and in service delivery. The organization has national chapters in 26 African countries to respond to the specific needs of children by developing appropriate program interventions. A collection of resources focusing on child rights in Africa is available. More details:

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 906 views

APHRC is a non-profit organization committed to conducting high-quality, policy-relevant research on the population and health-related issues facing sub-Saharan Africa in the next century. The Center generates and supports the use of evidence for meaningful action to improve the lives of all Africans through three integrated programmatic divisions: research that emphasizes health and wellbeing; research capacity strengthening to deepen the skills of African scholars working on the continent; and policy engagement and communications to support greater influence of evidence in policy and decision-making across sub-Saharan Africa. The research generation and synthesis focus on: development; education and youth empowerment; health and systems for health; population dynamics; maternal and child wellbeing and urbanization in Africa. The Center provides research fellowships for graduate and post-doctoral students. The publications section has documents on APHRC ‘s thematic areas. The resources available include research publications on health and health systems, infectious and non-infectious diseases as well as working papers, policy briefs, multi-media, newsletters, and much more. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 876 views

ARUA is a network of sixteen leading research universities of the Region that strive to expand and enhance the quality of research done in Africa by African researchers. The Alliance intends to develop local research and academic excellence throughout Africa by developing strong and viable research universities. Moreover, ARUA seeks collaboration to find solutions to the development problems of the region. The research themes in the area of natural sciences focus on: climate change; food security; non-communicable diseases; materials development and nanotechnology; energy and water conservation. In the social sciences and humanities field, research undertaken include: poverty & inequality; good governance; urbanization and habitable cities; unemployment; and skills development. More details:

 Academic institution / 872 views

The AU works towards a peaceful, prosperous and integrated Africa. The departments of the AU, among others include rural economy and agriculture, science & technology, women, gender and development and social affairs. The Department of Social Affairs has core divisions of: AIDS, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases; health, nutrition and population; labor, employment and migration; and social welfare and drug control. The Department has developed the ‘Africa health strategy 2016-2030’ that is premised on a number of continental and global health policy commitments and instruments. Chief among these frameworks are Agenda 2063 “The Africa we want” and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including its Sustainable Development Goals. The resources section has documents, handbooks, newsletters, and the African Union Commission archives. More details:

 African Union initiative / 997 views

Africare is an African-American led non-profit international development organization. The charity works to improve the quality of life of the people in Africa having thousands of projects in 36 countries Africa-wide with technical specialties of health and agriculture. Cross cutting themes include economic development, nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene, women’s and youth empowerment. There is also focus on infectious diseases. Africare applies community engagement, capacity building, locally-driven behavior change and innovative public-private partnership approaches. The media center has online media kits, news release and experts’ guide. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1032 views / Popular

AfriKids aims to ensure that every child in Ghana is afforded his/her rights as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. To achieve this, AfriKids strives to build the capacity and resources of local people, organizations and initiatives in such a way that they will be able to continue their efforts independently and sustainably in the future. The programs of AfriKids include child protection and good health and well-being to live life to the full.

 Non-Government Organization / 413 views

Afya is a not-for-profit organization that provides an environmentally-sensitive, community-oriented solution to help address the critical shortage of medical supplies in underserved communities around the world. Afya strengthens health systems by delivering customized shipments of medical and humanitarian supplies. In doing so, the charity impacts three critical domains: health, community, and environment.

 Non-Government Organization / 513 views

HDSS provides a research platform for the Rural Public Health and Health Transitions Research Unit of the Medical Research Council (MRC) and University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa (the MRC/Wits-Agincourt Unit). Research themes include: health and social systems; adolescent health and development; adult health and wellbeing; and social and environmental determinants. HDSS has platform for research and evaluation trends and transitions. The publications section has research outputs including peer-reviewed journal articles; research reviews; reports; book chapters; research journal editorials or commentaries; conference presentations & posters; dissertations and theses; web-based data publishing, and much more. More details:

 Academic institution / 723 views

AFSA is an anti-AIDS NGO in South Africa that supports regional, local and national efforts to reduce HIV, STIs and TB infections. The charity aims to address the structural and social drivers of HIV, raise awareness of sexually transmitted diseases and build resilience in communities. Knowing that different groups with HIV are affected differently, AFSA utilizes different strategies to address the social and structural drivers of HIV and AIDS by integrating interventions into a larger sexual and reproductive health framework throughout South Africa. The publication section has research reports and other materials and resources.

 Non-Government Organization / 521 views

AWA is an entity of the African Union with the specific mandate to lead advocacy, accountability and resource mobilization efforts to advance a robust African response to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria by 2030. Strategic approaches for the effort include: leadership, country ownership, governance and accountability; universal and equitable access to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and support; access to affordable and quality assured medicines, commodities and technologies; health financing; research, development & innovation; community participation and involvement; as well as multi-sectoral collaboration. The press center  has media releases, featured stories, news, events and downloadable resources on strategic frameworks; Africa scorecard on domestic financing for health; declarations; decisions; global commitments; experts’ reports and AWA brochure. More Details:      

 African Union initiative / 772 views

Amani Global Works saves lives in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, using Idjwi Island as a model. Founded in 2010 by Dr. Jacques Sebisaho and his wife, Mimy Mudekereza, their work for Amani has been concentrated on the Island of Idjwi, located on Lake Kivu, between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. AGW operates a replicable model of primary health care utilizing community health workers, regional health centers and a referral hospital to provide care in a dignified setting to all people, in even the most remote regions.       More details:

 Private company / 393 views

The College of Medicine trains medical doctors for the sustenance and development of health care delivery in Nigeria.  The medical laboratory sciences and physiology aim to produce medical laboratory scientists and physiologists respectively, capable of working in health sector including primary health care anywhere in Nigeria and beyond. The digital repository of the University facilitates digital preservation and scholarly communication.

 Academic institution / 455 views

AMMREN is a network of African journalists and scientists working together to reduce the burden of malaria, which is endemic in most parts of Africa. The organization is actively involved in advocacy on malaria and related diseases on the continent. AMMREN works in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania, Gambia, Malawi, Nigeria and Mozambique. The website has news , newsletters and other publications. More details:

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 739 views

AMREF Health Africa strives to improve the health of disadvantaged people in Africa. The charity operates in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, West Africa and Zambia. Program areas of intervention include: maternal & child health; fighting diseases; water and sanitation; research and advocacy; as well as training and capacity building. The publications site has position statements and research papers on the intervention programs of AMREF. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1000 views / Popular

AAWORD is a pan-African, non-profit organization with more than 1000 members. The Association undertakes and supports research, training and advocacy with the intention of promoting the economic, political and social rights of African women. Areas of focus on women include: trafficking; economic development; education; empowerment; rights; safety from violence and vocational training. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 925 views

ASPHA serves the collective needs of member institutions in the education and training of public health professionals by building their capacity to maximize and excel in academic training and advocacy, and in the process serve to provide a strong unified voice for promoting public health in Africa. The resources section has ASPHA reports, newsletters, articles, and database of member institutions.

 Alliance/Coalition / 290 views

The School of Public and Allied Health seeks to promote and improve medical care and health of all individuals, while preventing, diagnosing and controlling diseases, through education and medical sciences. The School facilitates training of special healthcare personnel specifically to meet the health system manpower needs of Nigeria, and the world in general. The Babcock University publication portal has incorporated the publications of the School of Public and Allied Health. 

 Academic institution / 175 views

Go Further is a public-private partnership between the U.S. PEPFAR, the George W. Bush Institute, UNAIDS, Merck, and Roche. The partnership is implementing a strategy to end cervical cancer and save lives in sub-Saharan Africa. It is committed to creating a healthier future for women. The Go Further partnership aims to reduce new cervical cancer cases by 95 percent among women living with HIV in twelve African countries. The publications section has some resources such as strategic documents, fact sheets, global highlights, articles and technical reports on cervical cancer.

 Non-Government Organization / 376 views

CARMMA was launched to trigger concerted action towards improving maternal and newborn health and survival across the continent. The Campaign aims to expand the availability and use of universally accessible quality health services, including those related to sexual and reproductive health that are critical for the reduction of maternal mortality. CARMMA focuses on three key areas: public information and advocacy; replicating best practices of achievements made in reducing maternal mortality in some countries; and intensifying actions aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality. CARMMA mobilizes increased political commitment and action to reduce maternal mortality in countries that have high rates. The resources section provides free information that give simple, practical advice on issues that will save lives. There are also video resources on maternal, newborn and child survival - even the CARMMA song. More details on Website:

 African Union initiative / 756 views

CRH, located in the School of Nursing and Public Health at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, aims to improve the health care offered to impoverished people living in rural and underserved areas. The programs and research areas of the Center include: initiative in newborn care; integrated nutrition; mental health care; HIV/AIDS; health integration into primary care; and maternal and child health service delivery optimization to strengthen the primary health care system in rural South Africa. The resources link has community clinical guidelines, and materials on integrated management of child and adolescent illness, systems support, educational community service and journal articles. More details:

 Other (program/project) / 708 views

CAFS is dedicated to strengthening the capacities of organizations and individuals working in the field of health, HIV & AIDS, population and development to contribute to improving the quality of life of families in sub-Saharan Africa. The Center provides courses and research and consultancy services from offices in Kenya and Togo. The priorities of CAFS are: strengthening the South-South cooperation; partnerships and networks; capacity development; family planning and reproductive health; and resources mobilization. The resources page has reports and publications on different health issues, including HIV /AIDS. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 737 views

CEOHR was formed within the School of Public Health and Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town. The Center is made up of several research programs, reflecting research interests, expertise, and areas of Master and PhD supervision. The thematic areas include: chemical exposures and toxicity; health risk management; pesticides and neurotoxicity; health effects due to toxic metals; silicosis and health effects due to mining exposures; workplace allergens and asthma; as well as violence and injury prevention. CEOHR’s publications and reports section has reports, working papers and policy briefs. More details:

 Academic institution / 668 views

CHP is a multi-disciplinary health policy unit in South Africa and an academic research group . The primary focus of its research is to draw together theoretical insights and empirical evidence in understanding health system change and in proposing strategies for future health systems development. CHP supports and engages with a variety of stakeholders to promote appropriate health policy analyses. The CHP publications and policy briefs are available on the site.   More details:

 Academic institution / 288 views

CHESTRAD is a non-profit social enterprise registered in Nigeria, UK and USA. The programs are initiatives run by CHESTRAD either solely or in collaboration with its partners, with each presenting research, advocacy and evaluation in innovative health systems. With a focus on youth development and the improvement of health access to women, children, and vulnerable communities, the programs adopt evidence based approaches to promote learning, advocacy and accountability for global health development. The publications page has reports on global health issues, presentations and partner publications. More details:

 Social enterprise / 564 views

CIDER is located in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town. The Center works closely with provincial and national government and is involved in a wide range of interdisciplinary research and teaching including: population-level surveillance of infectious diseases interventions, HIV-prevention of mother-to-child transmission, clinical epidemiology of tuberculosis and HIV therapy, socio-behavioral and health systems research. CIDER resources include research reports and working papers. More details:

 Academic institution / 733 views

CPRDS is a development think tank that engages in robust policy research and development planning to proffer local solutions to development issues. It employs a multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral approach to address policy and knowledge gaps within government, parliament, private sector and civil society that exacerbate current human development indices at the individual, community, national and international levels. The three main areas of focus are: policy research; advocacy and capacity building.   More Details:

 African Health Organizations / 347 views

The CSA&G, based at the University of Pretoria, develops a range of interventions to address the social drivers and the social consequences of AIDS. The Center strives for young people to think critically and rigorously about identities, sexualities, culture and personal and social leadership for active citizenship and effective community engagement and wellness. The publication and resources page has a collection of reference documents, downloads & images on gender-based justice, AIDS reviews and materials on sexual and reproductive health, counseling, human rights, and on CSA&G conferences and meetings. More details:

 Academic institution / 770 views

CAPRISA was founded by the Universities of Natal, Cape Town, and the Western Cape, the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York, and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases. Its main goals are to research prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, to build research infrastructure and capacity, and to train more researchers in South Africa. CAPRISA has scientific publications and media including press releases, brochures, posters, videos and podcasts.

 Academic institution / 277 views

The website provides statistics and information about children in South Africa. These include: demography, living conditions, care arrangements, basic health care services, nutrition, violence, abuse and protection, housing, education, and access to other services. These child-centered statistics are based on the best available national data. The publications site includes down-loadable fact sheets on 40 indicators, as well as an interactive tool that enables you to view tables and graphs by years, provinces and publications More details:

 Academic institution / 653 views

The Children's Institute takes the best interests of children into account and is aimed at ensuring that children are given primary consideration by society. Thus, the Institute promotes the participation of children in its work, and advocates for their voices to be heard in decisions affecting their lives. Children’s Institute engages in research using interdisciplinary and inter-related thematic areas such as: child poverty and inequality; early childhood development and violence against children to investigate complex social issues. The Institute provides information to those who are advocating on behalf of children and contribute to laws, policies and programs. It is also engaged in own evidence-based advocacy. The publications section has peer-reviewed articles in national and international journals, books and book chapters, research reports and briefs, and policy briefs. The lists of publications include links to either the journal sites, pdfs or the OpenUCT Repository. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 739 views

The ECSA-HC is an inter-governmental health organization that fosters and promotes regional cooperation in health among member states that are Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Eswatini, United Republic of Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Through partnerships with diverse institutions, ECSA’s activities spread to other countries in Africa to address common health challenges facing the region.  The knowledge hub is an interconnected partner platform (national, regional, global)​ with resources and tools to inform implementation​. You can connect with experts and key stakeholders to start/continue dialogues on emerging evidence and implementation priorities.

 Government health organization / 334 views

CINCO works towards building sustainable community development avenues to improving health, social services and entrepreneurship, disaster relief and advocacy. It designs, implements and evaluates a multi-component evidence based health and environment research and intervention programs that improve the health and socio-economic status of communities. The health area focuses on community health system strengthening, malaria, tuberculosis, MNCH, integrated management of childhood illness, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. The document library has materials on advocacy and the health focus areas. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 260 views

CWGH works to enhance community participation in health through advocacy, networking and capacity development for the attainment of the Right to Health and Equitable Health Services in Zimbabwe. Programs focus on: promoting sexual reproductive health rights for young people; strengthening social accountability monitoring and responsiveness; health center committees as vehicle for social participation; strengthening community participation in health; and community monitoring and public accountability for HIV/AIDS resources and service. The resources section has downloadable press statements and other documents. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 780 views

CREHS generates knowledge about how to strengthen health system policies and interventions in ways that preferentially benefit the poorest. The Consortium aims to achieve this aim by working in partnership to develop research; strengthening the capacity of partners to undertake relevant research and of policymakers to use research and communicating findings in a timely, accessible and appropriate manner so as to influence local and global policy development. The publications section provides research reports and working papers. More Details:

 Partnership / 238 views

CSIR works to help improve the health of all South Africans. Health projects include TB diagnostic development, technology for better healthcare, air pollution and cancer. To combat the high burden of disease, CSIR researchers develop cost-effective bio-therapeutic and biomedical technologies and health infrastructure in under-resourced areas. In addition, the CSIR focuses on unlocking the value contained in South Africa’s biodiversity and indigenous knowledge to improve food processing technologies and to contribute to food security. The research publications section has materials on CSIR's intervention thematic areas. More details:

 Government health organization / 664 views

The ECSA-HC is an inter-governmental health organization that fosters and promotes regional cooperation in health among member states that are Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Eswatini, United Republic of Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Through partnerships with diverse institutions, ECSA’s activities spread to other countries in Africa to address common health challenges facing the region.  The knowledge hub is an interconnected partner platform (national, regional, global)​ with resources and tools to inform implementation​. You can connect with experts and key stakeholders to start/continue dialogues on emerging evidence and implementation priorities

 Government health organization / 470 views

The Eastern Cape Department of Health aims to provide and ensure accessible, comprehensive, integrated health services in the Eastern Cape by emphasizing in the primary health care approach and optimally utilizing all resources. The Department and the health care service delivery facilitate a functional, quality-driven public health system that provides integrated health services, which is responsive to customer needs. Services include: reducing the impact of TB and HIV/AIDS; improving mother and child health services; combating and reducing diseases of lifestyle and mental conditions. Moreover, the Department enhances institutional capacity through effective leadership, governance, accountability, and efficient and effective utilization of resources. The resource center has strategic documents, annual performance and operational plans, reports, policy speeches, and patient rights. More details:

 Academic institution / 727 views

eHealth Africa aims to build stronger health systems through the design and implementation of data-driven solutions that respond to local needs and provide underserved communities with tools to lead healthier lives. Its goal is to improve the quality and availability of healthcare through data management and logistics support to enable better decision-making. eHealth Africa has collected and cataloged a wide variety of geospatial data and other data sets in the countries and regions it has worked in. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 461 views

The ELMA Philanthropies Services is the services arm of The ELMA Group of Foundations. The ELMA Foundation aims to improve the lives of Africa’s children and youth through the support of sustainable efforts to advance education, improve health, and relieve the effects of poverty. The Foundation has health and education portfolios as well as community grants programs. The ELMA Foundations have locations in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Kampala, and New York. The news & stories section has featured stories and response to COVID-19.   More details:

 Partnership / 686 views

End Child Marriage Now Campaign is aimed at promoting, protecting and advocating for the rights of women and girls in Africa. The overall purpose for the Campaign is to accelerate an end of child marriage in Africa by enhancing continental awareness of the implications of the practice and by supporting legal and policy actions. Moreover, the Campaign mobilizes continental awareness of the negative socio-economic impact of child marriage and builds social movement and social mobilization at the grassroots and national levels. It increases the capacity of non-state actors to undertake evidence based policy advocacy, including the role of youth leadership through new media technology, and monitoring and evaluation. The website has documents on marriage, wedding divorce and marriage law. More details:

 African Union initiative / 681 views

The mission of the Ensign Global College is to produce, share, and implement knowledge, and train leaders to promote community health and prevent disease through equitable partnership. The College wants to make contributions to improving community health and well-being in Ghana as well as in the neighboring African countries, through the provision of community-oriented public health professionals and advancing the science of public health

 Academic institution / 296 views

EQUINET is a network of professionals, civil society members, policy makers, state officials and others in East and Southern Africa, who have come together to promote and realize shared values of equity and social justice in health. EQUINET gathers people to overcome isolation, give voice and promote networking using bottom-up approaches. Program areas of the Network focus on: equity in health; values, policies and rights; health equity in economic and trade policies; poverty and health; equitable health services; HR for health; resource allocation and health financing; equity and HIV/AIDS; governance and participation in health; monitoring equity; as well as research to policy. The EQUINET Participatory Action Research (PAR) Portal http:// makes information accessible to share knowledge. The portal provides links to training resources; methods, tools and ethics; PAR work: publications, journal papers, reports and other relevant information. More details:  

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 645 views

Evidence Aid works to ensure that humanitarian actors have access to best evidence, presented in clear, simple formats, so that they can design and deliver the interventions that will be most likely to save lives and livelihoods. Evidence Aid aims to save lives and livelihoods in disasters by providing decision-makers with the best available evidence and by championing its use.  The resources section include materials on resilient health systems, health of refugees and asylum seekers, treatment of malnutrition, zika, ebola, coronavirus and more

 Government health organization / 206 views

FEDOMA is an umbrella organization of persons with disabilities in Malawi to provide a unified voice for all disabled peopled organizations. FEDOMA has a specific mandate as the voice of people with disabilities of all kinds throughout Malawi and in acting on their behalf, ensuring that people with disabilities have access to services and support that the able bodied community takes for granted   More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 264 views

FAME is a health service agency that focuses on advancing quality medical care in rural Tanzania. It supports underserved populations in the most rural parts of the country. In addition to providing comprehensive primary care in its outpatient clinic and inpatient hospital, FAME provides services in maternal and child health, community outreach, as well as education and capacity building

 Non-Government Organization / 309 views

GAA is a non-profit organization that partners with local not-for-profit agencies, faith-based organizations, and community groups in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Alliance designs and develops innovative programs that address locally identified needs for orphans, vulnerable children and youth, and women, at-risk households and communities in urban slums and remote rural areas. The community library provides resources for female youth at risk to develop their capabilities by accessing educational resources. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 338 views

GEMNet-Health aims to empower member institutions to ensure access to quality monitoring and evaluation training, research, and services. The Network fosters organizational growth, collaboration, and peer-to-peer support for M&E of health programs globally through ongoing institutional linkages among members. GEMNet-Health is a global resource offering technical assistance and capacity building in a range of M&E topics. The resources section has newsletters, events and gallery. More Details:

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 243 views

The Faculty of Health Sciences supports national government and international community to develop health workforce in evolving context for sustainable development.  Specifically the Faculty is the home to three schools, School of Public Health, School of Nursing and Midwifery and School of Clinical Medicine and Health Sciences. The resources section has research work, publications in peer-review journals, eresources, ejournals, and downloads.

 Academic institution / 228 views

HHA is a collaborative initiative by AfDB, GHWA, JICA, NORAD, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, USAID, WHO and WB to provide regional support to governments in Africa in strengthening their health systems. HHA was created as a mechanism to facilitate and coordinate the process of country-led development in all aspects of health systems strengthening. The collaborating partners focus on providing support in the areas of health financing, human resources for health, pharmaceuticals and supply chains, governance and service delivery, infrastructure and ICT. To promote synergies and joint debate on important issues, the HHA Committee of Practices have created a ‘Health Financing in Africa’ blog . The objectives of the blog are to encourage the free exchange of ideas and to provide a platform and visibility to experts working in Africa on health financing. The blog page has resources space for documents related to health financing in Africa, created by bloggers or the steering committee of HHA. More details:

 Partnership / 720 views

HAF is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide donated medical equipment and supplies to under-resourced healthcare facilities in Liberia and other African countries. By working in Liberia, the foundation could respond to an immediate opportunity in Liberia’s healthcare system to deliver basic medical care. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 336 views

HEARD, based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, is an applied research center that brings together interdisciplinary teams to solve complex health problems on the African continent. The Division drives innovation by an epistemology that uses public health, policy analysis and health economics methods to tackle complex issues. HEARD aims to influence and support evidence-based policy and good practice to more effectively address Africa’s health and development challenges and to contribute to achieving health and sustainable development across the continent. It conducts and disseminates innovative trans-disciplinary research to influence public health policy and practice in Africa, with a particular emphasis on engaging decision-makers. The research thematic areas include: disability, health and livelihoods; gender equality and health; health governance and finance; and health systems strengthening. The publications encompass cutting-edge social and scientific research on HIV/AIDS, a range of related health, human rights and development concerns in east and southern Africa, including the health and rights of women, people with disabilities, LGBTI and other key and marginalized groups. Additional publications are available in the areas of health systems strengthening, health governance and financing, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. More details:

 Academic institution / 680 views

HISP-South Africa develops and implements innovative health information systems. The solutions empower healthcare workers and decision-makers to improve the coverage, quality and efficiency of health services. HISP focuses on developing innovative ehealth and mHealth solutions, building capacity in health information management and improving access for effective health service delivery. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 416 views

HERFON is a non-profit organization informing and influencing health partnership, advocacy, capacity building, and evidence generation and use. The Foundation functions as the coalition brainpower of civil society organizations. It involves key decision and policy makers in every sphere of the health sector and the advocacy efforts are supported by evidence generation. HERFON is also engaged in capacity building of key influencers and administrators to empower them to become catalysts for change in the health sector. In addition, HERFON partners with local and international organizations with the aim of providing attitudinal reorientation and strengthening the capacity of Nigeria’s health workforce to deliver optimally. The resource center has the National Health ACT, policy briefs, reports and videos. More details:  

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HST, a non-profit organization, has played a significant role in the transformation of the South African health system. HST’s approach is based on the primary health care philosophy through generating evidence-based interventions, good practice and innovations to strengthen the health system. The scope of HST operation ranges from regional and national levels, through provinces, districts and facilities and into communities. Other programs of HST include: innovative programs addressing priority health needs; public-private partnerships to build people-centered health systems; and mentoring, training, information and advisory services for health systems management. The ‘publications and resources’ repository contains a comprehensive listing of public health resources drawn from HST's published work and outputs generated by other organizations. More details:    

 Non-Government Organization / 585 views

The Healthy Newborn Network is an online global community of maternal and newborn health professionals and practitioners dedicated to addressing critical knowledge gaps in newborn health. The majority of deaths and stillbirths occur in low-resource settings, and most are preventable with proven and effective interventions. HNN brings partners together to share key resources, data, experiences, and lessons and helps increase global commitment to the advancement of newborn health in over 70 countries. The Network also provides a platform for stakeholders to engage in discussions and working group activities on the vast range of newborn and maternal health topics. You may join the Network and explore key issues related to maternal and newborn health, the latest global data and evidence-based interventions, and the opinions of leading subject-matter experts. You can also explore HNN’s extensive resourceslibrary of journal articles, toolkits, multimedia items, reports, blogs, news, and more.   More details:

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 632 views

The Foundation for Restoring Women’s Healthcare to Liberia, also known as Healthy Women Healthy Liberia, is an NGO attempting to encourage health and health education for patients through comprehensive, sustainable, community-based primary health-care.  HWHL programs seek to reach Liberians who are not able to get consistent medical cares. HWHL’s commitment to expanding medical care in Africa offers an example of the work being done to improve the lives of impoverished Africans.

 Government health organization / 363 views

The High Institute of Public Health strives to be an academic center of excellence in the Middle East, providing leadership in creating and delivering knowledge, skills and expertise for sound policies and practices enhancing public health on national and international levels. The Journal of High Institute of Public Health is a blind peer-reviewed journal, published by the High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria University, Egypt since 1970. It publishes original and review articles covering all areas of public health. It has a broad scope encompassing epidemiology, prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases, primary family care, nutrition, environmental health, management of health systems and services, occupational medicine and industrial hygiene, health education and health promotion.

 Academic institution / 287 views

The mission of the Faculty of Health Sciences is to provide the latest and up-to-date education of the highest quality in order to produce ethical and competent health professionals who will make an impact on the health and well-being of the community in Somalia. The Faculty has four departments: Nursing, Laboratory, Midwifery and Public Health. The research and publications section has some downloadable resources

 Academic institution / 259 views

IAC is an umbrella body that has been working on policy programs and actions to prevent and eliminate traditional practices that are harmful to or impede the health, human development and rights of women and girls in the African Region and worldwide. The Committee takes care of victims and also advocates for those who suffer the health consequences of harmful practices. At the same time, IAC promotes and supports those traditional practices that improve and contribute to the health, human development and rights of women and children. The News  link has latest news, press release and reports on the works of the Committee. More details:  

 Partnership / 735 views

The mission of icipe is to use insect science for sustainable development to ensure food security and improve the overall health of communities in Africa by addressing the interlinked problems of poverty, poor health, low agricultural productivity and environmental degradation. Icipe’s human health research theme include malaria, vector-borne diseases, neglected tropical diseases and emerging infectious diseases. The publications section has journal articles, manuals, technical reports, policy briefs and more. 

 Government health organization / 312 views

The main objectives of the ILO in Africa are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues. Areas of support include: youth employment; labor migration; social protection and labor standards. Under social protection, the ILO is assisting all African countries for the introduction or extension of a basic social security package that includes essential health care, child support for school age children and a minimum pension. The information resources section has publications, research documents, instructional materials, and fact sheets about the region. More details:

 UN agency / 734 views

IPPFAR is the leading Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) service delivery organization and the leading SRH and sexual rights advocacy voice in Africa. The programs of the Federation focus on: contraception; protection against STDs; HIV/AIDS; gender equality; prevention of unsafe abortions; women’s health; young people and adolescents; and humanitarian aid. The resources link has publications, slideshows and videos on the thematic topics. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 949 views

The School of Health Sciences was founded with a mission to provide a holistic approach to health services to humanity mediated by sciences and technology. The two departments within the School are Public Health and Community Health & Development Department and the Department of Biomedical Sciences. The main objective of the Department of Public Health and Community Health & Development is to prepare graduates for the health sector and the society who are able to carry out investigation, control, eliminate and prevent environmental health problems and their potential risks.

 Academic institution / 327 views

The College of Health Sciences is in close touch with the healthcare needs of Kenyan people and the government both at national county levels. The college was also established in order to attain further development of collaboration between the University and Research Institutions such as Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI). The collaboration represents a successful example on resources harnessing between two government institutions to foster development. The College has school of nursing, school of public health, school of medicine, school of pharmacy, and school of biomedical sciences.

 Academic institution / 490 views

Journalists Against AIDS (JAAIDS) Nigeria is a media-based non-governmental HIV/AIDS advocacy organization. The organization aims to contribute to the prevention, care and control of HIV/AIDS by providing innovative communication interventions that facilitates positive behavior change to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS. It is an information source on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and the West African sub-region

 Non-Government Organization / 234 views

KEMRI aims to improve health and quality of life through research, capacity building, innovation and service delivery. The Institute’s scientific programs include: public health & health systems; sexual reproductive adolescent & child health; infectious & parasitic diseases; non-communicable diseases; one health and more. Its main thematic areas are: research & development; capacity building, and product & services. The resource center of KEMRI has strategy documents, policy briefs, reports and research outputs.

 Government health organization / 222 views

KeNAAM is committed to scaling up effective malaria interventions and addressing related diseases and conditions among vulnerable communities in Kenya. The resources section has technical reports, policy analysis, publications and video gallery.   More Details:

 Alliance/Coalition / 300 views

Kheth’Impilo specializes in solution development and implementation for health and community systems and services strengthening in marginalized communities. The comprehensive health care solutions include treatment, care and support for people infected and affected with HIV and TB. Kheth’Impilo have a range of innovative community based models of care that include community adherence, school health, access to government social welfare or development assistance and accredited training. Kheth’Impilo support Government efforts to scale-up quality services for the management of HIV/AIDS in the primary health care sector. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 560 views

Kibabii University School of Nursing seeks to prepare professional, responsive and innovative nurses and midwives who can meet the dynamic health care needs of Kenyans.  The School’s research and innovation fosters distinction in research and scholarship that contributes to the health and wellness of individuals and communities in different settings. The Institutional Repository collects, preserves and distributes digital materials including books & book chapters, journal articles, lectures, speeches, theses and dissertations. 

 Academic institution / 272 views

The vision of the College of Health Sciences is to be internationally recognized as a premier centre of excellence in teaching, research and entrepreneurial training in medical, pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences in Ghana and Africa, producing high calibre health professionals and medical scientists to support sustainable development of the health sector and industry in Ghana and the rest of the Africa. The College of Health Sciences, KNUST is committed to attracting and developing first-class staff and students to achieve the challenging goals, targets and directions the Government and KNUST have set for training the higher level professional and specialist manpower needs of the health sector and industry. The following cherished values characterize the work and life of the College of Health Sciences, KNUST and are ingrained in all those who pass through the College. More Details :

 Academic institution / 450 views

Laterite is a data, research and technical advisory firm that helps clients understand and analyse complex development challenges. The firm embraces and deploys innovative research technologies and methodologies. Laterite strives to play an active role in transforming development research and to make it more rigorous and impactful.  Laterite has research projects with UN agencies, local and international NGOs and private firms. Currently the firm operates offices in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and the Netherlands.   More details:

 Private company / 522 views

lemlem Foundation, lemlem’s philanthropic arm, is a non-profit organization with the mission to help women artisans in Africa thrive by connecting them to healthcare, education and pathways to jobs. The program areas of the Foundation focus on maternal health and women’s empowerment. The charity supports midwife training and health outreach services in communities. Lemlem also works with social enterprises to design and support training initiatives that help women artisans in Ethiopia and Kenya build skills and prepare for jobs in Africa’s growing textile and fashion industries.   More Details; https//:

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 Non-Government Organization / 498 views

The School of Public Health, Biomedical Sciences Departments include: Nutrition, Health Profession Educations, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Optometry & Vision Sciences and Sports & Health Promotion. The School has relationships with industry, government, non-profit foundations, health care organizations, and other colleges and universities in the pursuit of improved health and greater understanding of diseases. The School produces a number of publications including papers, journals and conference proceedings that are available at the Digital Repository. 

 Academic institution / 170 views

The School of Health Sciences believes in the mantra “Prevention is Better than Cure” in order to prevent and control diseases affecting the people of Kenya. It is committed to providing quality education, training, research consultancy and community service in order to produce competitive health professionals. The School offers Masters Degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Nursing, Biological Sciences and other Masters Degree in a health related discipline. The School of Health Sciences has on-going research projects on echnococosis granulosis and other related diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa. The research publications has resources on public health issues.

 Academic institution / 308 views

The Ministry of Public Health is responsible for making quality health care accessible to all Congolese, whether they live in urban or rural areas. The Ministry ensures the supply of quality medicines and the coverage of the health needs of the population. It overseas the supervision of public health establishments and ensures their proper functioning The documentations page has strategic documents, health accounts, project documents and more

 Government health organization / 365 views

The Ministry of Health- Djibouti is responsible for implementing government health policy, including developing, implementing and coordinating health policy by ensuring and promoting good physical, mental and social health for the people. The Ministry is responsible for public health, pharmaceutical policy, epidemiological surveillance and health surveillance. The publications section has health statistics directory, technical reports, and information on COVID-19. 

 Government health organization / 583 views

The Ministry of Health’s mission is to relentlessly promote, protect and restore the health, quality of life and dignity of all people in Seychelles, with the active participation of all stakeholders, through the creation of an enabling environment for citizens to make informed decisions about their health. The publications page has plans, policies and reports. 

 Government health organization / 412 views

The Ministry of Health is mandated to the overall and oversight and delivery of health care services in Botswana with strong emphasis on public health. The Ministry aims to improve the physical, mental, and social wellbeing of every Motswana to fully contribute to the development of Botswana through a healthy nation. The public information section has health information, news, health alerts and FAQs.

 Government health organization / 309 views

The Ministry of Health is committed to the provision of quality health care services to the people of Gambia. The publications pages have policy documents, statistics, manuals and guidelines, facts and figures, assessment and technical reports, videos and COVID-19 resources

 Government health organization / 376 views

The Ministry of Health seeks to improve the health status of all people living in Ghana thereby contributing to Government’s vision of universal health coverage and a healthy population. The Ministry, working in partnership with its agencies and stakeholders, aims at improving the human capital thus “creating wealth through health” through the development and implementation of proactive policies that will ensure improved health and vitality. The publications section has policy documents, policy briefs, manuals & guidelines, and facts and figures.

 Government health organization / 417 views

The Ministry of Health – Kenya envisions a healthy, A Healthy, productive and globally competitive nation.  The Ministry aims to build a progressive, responsive and sustainable health care system for accelerated attainment of the highest standard of health to all Kenyans. The resources pages have policies, guidelines and manuals, press releses, and downloadable documents.

 Government health organization / 447 views

The Ministry of Health’s mission is to provide an efficient and compassionate health care and social welfare system, with particular emphasis on the prevention and eradication of priority health and social welfare problems that are amenable to cost-effective interventions.

 Government health organization / 532 views

The mission of the Ministry of Health is to provide strategic leadership for the delivery of a comprehensive range of quality, accessible, and efficient health services to all Malawians through the creation and sustenance of a strong health system. The Ministry’s goal is to move towards universal health coverage of quality, equitable and affordable health care with the aim of improving health status, financial risk protection and client satisfaction. The downloads page has policies and strategies, health laws and regulations, reports, health alerts and more.  

 Government health organization / 198 views

The Ministry of Health prepares and implements government policy in the area of ​​health. It exercises oversight over public institutions and other bodies under its authority, in accordance with the laws and regulations in force.  The publications section has strategic documents, studies and surveys, guidelines and manuals, reports and epidemiological bulletin.

 Government health organization / 716 views

The Ministry of Health – Nigeria aims to develop and implement policies that strengthen the national health system for effective, efficient, accessible and affordable delivery of health services in partnership with other stakeholders. The resources section has publications, policy documents, reports, health promotion gallery and more.   More Details :  

 Government health organization / 340 views

The mission of the Ministry of Health is to provide and continually improve affordable promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care services of the highest quality, thereby contributing to the reduction of poverty and enhancing the general well-being of the population. The publications section has guidelines and protocols, key health indicators, health data, policies, newsletters and reports.

 Government health organization / 304 views

The Ministry of Health aims to ensure the provision of quality essential health and nutrition services for all people in Somalia, with a focus on women, children, and other vulnerable groups. The Ministry strives to strengthen the national and local capacity to deliver evidence-based and cost-effective services based on EPHS and Primary Health Care Approach. Its goal is to improve the health status of the population through health system strengthening interventions and to provide quality, accessible, acceptable and affordable health services that facilitate moving towards Universal Health Coverage and accelerate progress towards achieving the health related Sustainable Development Goals. The publications section has documents on governance & leadership, health workforce, health service delivery, health information systems, health financing and more.

 Government health organization / 350 views

The purpose of the Ministry of Health and Child Care is to promote the health and quality of life of the people of Zimbabwe. In pursuing this, the Ministry of Health and Child Care is committed to: equity; primary health care; priority health issues; and health promotion programs. The resource center has acts and policies; press release, reports, health information and more.   More Details :

 Government health organization / 405 views

The Ministry of Health has the overall responsibility for the provision of health services in the Swaziland. The Ministry is committed to developing a competent, dedicated, productive and client centered workforce through improved planning, management, development and utilization of human resources to deliver quality service to the population. Health services are delivered through the primary health care strategy for health service delivery.

 Government health organization / 235 views

The Ministry of Health aims to ensure a functional national health system delivering efficient, high quality health care services that are accessible, equitable and affordable for everybody in Sierra Leone. The overall goal is to maintain and improve the health of its citizens. More Details:

 Government health organization / 505 views

The Ministry of Health and Social Action, under the authority of the Prime Minister, plans and implements the country’s health, preventive health and social action plans. The Directorate-General for Health is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring health policies and organizing and overseeing the execution of healthcare initiatives. The publications section has general health documents, legislations, and information bulletins.

 Government health organization / 378 views

The Ministry of Health aims to contribute to the improvement of Malian populations’ health and social condition, in particular, that of women of child bearing age and children under five years of age.  The health documents page has some downloadable resources on health policies and standards, and environmental and social management framework.

 Government health organization / 439 views

The Ministry of Health and Social Services Namibia is the public provider of quality health and social welfare services in Namibia. National Directorates include: Primary Health Care Services; Social Welfare Services; Special Programs; Tertiary Health Care & Clinical Support Services; Finance and Logistics; HRM & General Services Policy, Planning and HRD Atomic Energy and Radiation Protection Regulator.  The resources section has strategic plans, policies, guidelines, annual reports and other downloadable documents.

 Government health organization / 466 views

The Ministry of Health and wellness develops a comprehensive health service in order to meet the health needs of the population. The Ministry plans and carry out measures for the promotion of health. I also takes measures for the prevention of diseases including the epidemiological surveillance of important communicable diseases. The publications page has health strategic documents, guidelines, policy documents and more. 

 Government health organization / 653 views

The Ministry of Health – Liberia aims to reform and manage the health sector to effectively and efficiently deliver comprehensive, quality health services that are equitable, accessible and sustainable for all the people in Liberia. The documents page has policy documents and technical reports.   More Details :  

 Government health organization / 602 views

The Ministry of Health aims to provide effective quality healthcare services close to the family as possible. This ensures equity of access to health service delivery and contributes to the human and socioeconomic development. The Ministry also targets to attain Sustainable Development Goals on health and other national health priorities.   More Details :

 Government health organization / 581 views

The Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children is mandated for the formulation of polices on health, community development, the elderly, children and gender and their implementation. The Ministry overseas the implementation of preventive and curative services, health services inspection, family planning, nutrition and more.  The Tanzania national health portal is an official dissemination point of health information in the Ministry  The portal has routine data statistics, survey data statistics, HMIS library and news and updates.

 Government health organization / 383 views

The Ministry of Public Health is pursuing policies and strategies for the improvement of public health services in Cameroon.  maternal, newborn and child health.  The site has ministerial guidelines and documents, health digital library and health information.

 Government health organization / 338 views

The School of Public Health have been developed to meet the University's mission of producing skilled and practical health professionals who will contribute towards the realization of Kenya’s national goals laid out in The Vision 2030 and the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The School bears responsibility for research that improves the health of populations and informs policy and programming for effective public health interventions. The corner stone of our outreach strategy is to engage communities, leaders, professionals and other stakeholders within and beyond the University as partners in the mission of public health.  The Moi University Institutional Repository has publications and theses on public health issues, PhD dissertations and Masters theses. 

 Academic institution / 418 views

Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences offers a variety of programs in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Public Health, Laboratory and Allied Sciences, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The institutional repository aims to collect, preserve and disseminate electronic copies of research and scholarl y works created at MUHAS, and serves as a gateway to disseminate and reach out to similar resources elsewhere. Such publications include journal articles, conference presentations, proceedings, working papers, theses and dissertations. 

 Academic institution / 391 views

NACC aims to provide policy and a strategic framework for mobilizing and coordinating resources for the prevention of HIV transmission and provision of care and support to the infected and affected people in Kenya. NACC coordinates stakeholders in the multi-sectoral response to HIV and AIDS in Kenya. The publications section has documents on key HIV and AIDS highlights and technical reports.   More details:

 Academic institution / 433 views

INRB serves as the national biomedical research laboratory for the Ministry of Health of the DRC. It is a multidisciplinary institute that is involved in identification, treatment and prevention of disease in the DRC. Its foundations are the performance of medical and biological analyses, applied and translational research, the surveillance of communicable diseases and the promotion of professional growth and development.

 Government health organization / 167 views

NICD is a public health institute for South Africa, providing disease surveillance, specialized diagnostic services, outbreak response, public health research and capacity building to support the government’s response to communicable disease threats. The NICD issues publications on a regular basis to communicate issues related to communicable diseases such as outbreak news (locally and internationally), immunization, travel advisories and reviews.

 Government health organization / 180 views

NIMR is a parastatal organization under the Ministry of Health- Tanzania. The Institute has a central role in coordination, monitoring and promotion of health research and provides a linkage between health research generators and users. NIMR conducts research in health systems and policy and traditional medicine. One of the Institute’s priorities is to provide scientific evidence that will improve health outcomes and services to the Government of Tanzania and its stakeholders worldwide.

 Government health organization / 174 views

The NIHSS aims to provide quality education and training in health and social studies at tertiary level, in order to produce reflective, empathetic, self-motivated, highly resourceful professionals, who can be at the forefront of developments in their respective fields of work. The Institute is a partner in the ongoing transformation of services in Seychelles by incorporating research and global experience. The resources section has strategic plan, policies and hand books.

 Academic institution / 312 views

NPHCDA is a parastatal of Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Health with the mandate to providing support to the national health policy for the development of primary health care. The Agency provides technical support for planning, management and implementation of PHC as well as promoting health manpower development needed for PHC. NPHCDA the village health system by training village health workers and provides continuing education.   More Details:

 Government health organization / 796 views

NUDOR is a civil society organization of national organizations of persons with disabilities. The organization exists to strengthen the voice of the disability movement in Rwanda. NUDOR works for persons with disabilities to enjoy the equal rights to which they are entitled through: representation and accountability; capacity building and resource mobilization; and advocacy and influencing strategies. The resources page has publications, advocacy tools and useful links. More Details:

 Non-Government Organization / 268 views

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control is the country’s national public health institute, with the mandate to lead the preparedness, detection and response to infectious disease outbreaks and public health emergencies. NCDC aims to protect the health of Nigerians through evidence-based prevention, integrated disease surveillance and response activities, using a one health approach, guided by research and led by a skilled workforce. The publications section has disease situation reports, guidelines, guiding documents, research and more.   More Details :

 Government health organization / 374 views

NCDC is the national public health institute with the mandate to lead the preparedness, detection and response to infectious disease outbreaks and public health emergencies. The Institutes aims to protect the health of Nigerians through evidence-based prevention, integrated disease surveillance and response activities, using a one health approach, guided by research and led by a skilled workforce. The publications section has technical reports, guidelines and research outputs.

 Government health organization / 163 views

The Department of Community Medicine trains resident doctors in Community Medicine.  The Center for Community Medicine and Primary Health Care is a wing of the Teaching Hospital & is a privot for the numerous training activities currently being undertaken for the Residents and Undergraduate Medical students in the Department of Community Medicine.  Apart from this, the Teaching Hospital has two other catchments outposts for the rendering medical services and training.  These are the Center for Community Medicine Ukpo, the Guinness Eye Hospital Onitsha, the Primary Health Care Center, Umunya, and Trauma Center, Oba.

 Academic institution / 372 views

The Nurse Education Partnership Initiative strives to prepare the next generation of nurses and midwives to lead, change and shape the future of health care in Africa. NEPI leverages collaborative academic-practice partnerships and innovative clinical learning strategies to increase and retain the number of highly skilled nurses and midwives in Lesotho, Malawi, Zambia, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and South Africa. NEPI partners with nursing and midwifery institutions in these countries in order to strengthen their educational capacity, develop competency-based curricula, and implement prioritized interventions that address workforce capacity issues.

 Partnership / 376 views

Nyumbani Children’s Home is a refuge for HIV/AIDS-affected children. The charity provides life-saving care and a loving home to HIV-positive children in Kenya. Nyumbani offers a holistic approach - life-changing comprehensive medical, nutritional, life-skills, educational, and psychological care services

 Non-Government Organization / 337 views

The Institute of Public Health is within the College of Health Sciences of Obafemi Awolowo University. The Institute’s mission of becoming a centre for generating ideas about health development, health promotion and disease prevention programs in line with national health policy and priorities.  The Institute distributes three publications: Health Matters, Public Health Strides, and a technical series.

 Academic institution / 668 views

OAFLAD is an advocacy organization where First Ladies of Africa seek to leverage their unique position to advocate for policies that make health services accessible and laws that boost women and youth empowerment. The policies and programs include: advocacy, resource mobilization and development of partnerships with all stakeholders at all levels. First Ladies engage in various community-level activities to sensitize community and create awareness on health risks and policies. The publications section have resources on children, adolescents and women.   More Details :

 Partnership / 373 views

Pakachere IHDC is a health communication and development NGO that specializes in social and behavior change communication (SBCC). The organization is dedicated to improving the health of Malawians, especially the vulnerable by focusing on serious health, social and development challenges that include sexual and reproductive health and rights, HIV and AIDS, nutrition, WASH, disaster risk management, and non-communicable diseases, gender and gender based violence. The media resources section has reports, booklets, posters and media.

 Non-Government Organization / 229 views

PPD is an intergovernmental initiative created for the purpose of expanding and improving south-to-south collaboration in the fields of reproductive health, population, and development. The activities of PPD include: capacity development on SRH, population, poverty, & climate change; human resource development for strengthening health system; advocacy and policy dialogue towards SDGs and more. The publications section has technical reports & south-south cooperation documents among PPD member states. You can also find member country resources. More Details:

 Government health organization / 298 views

Right by Her is working towards one common goal: ‘to realize and extend women’s and girls' rights across Africa’. Each partner organization contributes their own area of expertise and works with specific groups across the entire African continent : youth activists, journalists, faith leaders, women’s rights activists, first ladies, parliamentarians and policy makers. Right by Her is engaged in campaign, research, advocacy and capacity building activities. The publications page has materials on gender based violence, harmful practices, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and report. More Details :

 Partnership / 283 views

The School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences currently has one department, the Department of Environmental Health. However, when fully operational, it is envisaged that the school will have five departments: Environmental & Occupational Health, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Management, Behavioral Sciences for Health and Reproductive Health

 Academic institution / 353 views

Kinshasa School of Public Health seeks to contribute to the postgraduate training of all public health actors (doctors, dentists, pharmacists, administrators, nurses, economists, veterinarians, sociologists, etc.) It provides refresher trainings to all categories of personnel working in the public health sector.  The School conducts research to improve knowledge on public health problems. The publications section has original articles, briefs, posters, reports and other resources.

 Academic institution / 322 views

SAME Foundation aims to improve healthcare and educational facilities in poverty-stricken communities, where there is no short/medium term government budget for improvements. The NGO undertakes high impact community development projects. SAME is committed to helping communities and believes that wealth should not be a prerequisite for access to quality education and healthcare. 

 Government health organization / 268 views

The main purpose of the South African Civil Society for Women's Adolescent's and Children's Health - SACSoWACH Coalition - is advocacy for the health of newborns, children, adolescents, women and mothers. In this respect to increase public and relevant sector’s awareness, raise the profile and political attention, influence relevant policies, legal, political and social changes and hold government, health providers and others to account for the commitments made to women, adolescents and children. More Details:

 Alliance/Coalition / 326 views

The SHARE portal is a regional hub, connecting people to resources, peers, organizations, and free online learning and collaboration tools designed to equip them to share experiences and knowledge to better respond to the HIV and AIDS epidemic. SHARE addresses the need for health information and knowledge management related to HIV and AIDS in the region with the highest HIV prevalence rate. The resource library has guidelines & policies, case studies, briefs, systematic reviews, toolkits, training materials, videos and more. More Details:

 African Health Organizations / 286 views

The Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences envisions to be the leading research-intensive health sciences faculty in and for ​Africa.​​​​​ It leads ​by facilitating transformative, life-long learning; creating, sharing and translating knowledge that enhances health and health equity; and co-creating value with and for the communities in South Africa. The Stellenbosch University Library has curated resources from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. 

 Academic institution / 267 views

Supporting the Use of Research Evidence (SURE) is a mechanism to support WHO to strengthen evidence-informed policy-making for African health systems.  SURE builds on and supports the Evidence-Informed Policy Network in Africa and the Region of East Africa Community Health Policy Initiative.

 Other (program/project) / 448 views

TAC’s vision is a unified health system that provides equal access to quality and dignified healthcare services for all. Including people who are living with HIV and TB. TAC engages in monitoring, advocacy, and campaigning within the healthcare system to ensure that all public healthcare users can access quality and dignified healthcare – and that all people with HIV and TB can access prevention, treatment, care, and support services. The press room has useful information AIDS, news and publications.

 Non-Government Organization / 240 views

The Uganda AIDS Commission aims to provide effective leadership to the HIV and AIDS multi-sectoral response. The Commission’s mandate is to coordinate and oversee the prevention and control of HIV and AIDS activities in Uganda. The site provides general information about the Commission, its programs, research updates, news, and related links.

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The Department of Public Health strives to provide quality training through teaching, research, theory and field experience. The Department has different areas of specialization including epidemiology, environmental health, health education & health promotion, health services management, public health sociology, nutrition among others.  The University has Open Education Resources.

 Academic institution / 443 views

The University of Cape Town, Faculty of Health Sciences offers training and academic career options within the context of health care and research from clinical and public health to health and rehabilitation sciences. The Faculty leads high-quality research programs, train future research leaders, and provide advice and counsel to health organizations around the world. Visit the research & innovation news for the latest research and innovation highlights.   More Details:

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The University of Cape Town, Health Economics Unit works to improve the performance of health systems in Sub-Saharan Africa through research in health economics, training, consultancy and capacity-building. The core objectives of the HEU are: to conduct high quality research in health economics and health systems; to train at the post-graduate level to improve technical research and health systems capacity; to develop capacity in health economics and related health systems research in Africa; and to provide technical support to facilitate the translation of health policies into practical program.   More details :

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The University of Ghana, School of Public Health responds to a growing demand for a cadre of public health practitioners who will provide leadership in public health reforms in Ghana. The School has programs to meet the specialized skills needed for the transformation of the health sector in the country. The School has established extensive research partner network with leading institutions in over 35 countries on a regional and international scale. More Details:

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The University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho (UHAS) currently runs 18 undergraduate programs in 6 schools. Some are the School of Allied Health Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, School of Public Health, School of Pharmacy and Institute of Health Research. UHAS promotes traditional values which underpin life-long learning and achievement. The University aims to foster the desire to learn and a love of learning which will continue into adult life

 Academic institution / 160 views

The Medical School at the University of Jos’s objectives relate to the goals in terms of health care in Nigeria, taking into account the abilities of the nations’ youth. The primary aim of the College is to participate in meeting the national objectives on medical education and health care delivery. The University has Open Educational Resources to help you in your academic pursuits.

 Academic institution / 440 views

The School of Medicine is one of the founding Schools of the University of Juba.  Some of the objectives of the School is to produce competent medical practitioners who can effectively participate in quality health care deliver and to produce practitioner who contribute to medical scientific research.

 Academic institution / 358 views

The courses offered under the School of Health Sciences include: nursing, public health and clinical medicine. The electronic resources include institutional repository, eJournals and databases and eLearning portal.

 Academic institution / 640 views

The College of Health Sciences is a multi-professional institution of the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The College consists of four Schools namely: Health Sciences; Clinical Medicine; Nursing and Public Health; and Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences.

 Academic institution / 420 views

The Department of Community health and Primary Care offers courses on the principles and applications of Medical Sociology, Medical Statistics, Epidemiology, Environmental and Occupational Health, Principles and practice of primary health care and General medical practice, Maternal and child health, Health management planning and development.  The Department has integrated the use of Information Technology in Medicine and Medical Research into its curriculum.  The University of Lagos Digital Repository for research and teaching materials provides open access to the University’s scholarship thereby ensuring its wide dissemination and increased visibility online.

 Academic institution / 414 views

The Faculty of Health Sciences is committed to training of high caliber healthcare professionals and innovative researchers in emerging health challenges and its professionals are at the forefront of the Kenya’s health policy formulation. The academic programs offered at the Faculty are relevant to the country’s health needs. The Faculty offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs including nursing, public and global health, obstetrics & gynecology, tropical & infectious diseases.

 Academic institution / 370 views

The University of Namibia, School of Public Health within the Faculty of Health Sciences strives to strengthen learners’ experience, engage in curricular innovation, foster leadership in socially responsible programming. The School recognizes and supports lecturers who are the key resources for accomplishing the mission of the University of Namibia. It provides competent practitioners, professionals and researchers capable of addressing Public Health issues at various levels of health care.  Public health research and publications will feature prominently on the agenda of the School which will help the School to remain relevant and up to date of global health issues. The library resources has institutional repository and e-resources. 

 Academic institution / 586 views

The Institute of Public Health aims to provide quality training in public health, and in response to the pressing need that exists to expand the human resource capacity to meet the practical public health challenges in Nigeria and in other developing countries. The training and research provided by the Institute is built on the philosophy of broadening and deepening the capacity of trainees, researchers and professionals for influencing decision making regarding policies and practices that advance public health using scientific knowledge, analysis and communication of evidence. The Institute of Public Health has Open Educational Resources including books, journal articles, presentations, theses and dissertations.

 Academic institution / 442 views

The College of Health Sciences has currently four faculties operating: Clinical Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Dentistry.  There are twenty eight Departments currently in the college. The University’s Open Educational Resources has journal articles, lecture notes, courseware, conference presentations, videos and more.

 Academic institution / 668 views

The University of Pretoria, School of Health Systems & Public Health aims to promote health, health systems and public health through education, research, service development, consultancy and advocacy. The resource center has public health educational tools for African context. More Details:

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The Department of Health Studies at Unisa aims to meet the need of thousands of nurses for post-registration distance education at University level. The Department provides a means of education and development of the health professions in general, and nursing in particular. The Department of Health Studies is prepared for the challenge of equipping its students with research skills and expertise to assist in reaching global health needs.

 Academic institution / 455 views

Established in 1993, the School is unique in many respects both in South Africa and in the continent. Popular in South Africa and other African countries for its flexible, modular, part-time design and growing array of distance learning materials. School offers post-graduate diploma, Masters and PhD programme in public health. More Details:

 Academic institution / 361 views

The Faculty of Allied Health Sciences aims to train nurses and allied health workers who will provide the nursing and allied health services to the Northern Nigeria. Its mission is to produce qualitative undergraduate and post-graduate nurses and healthcare workers that will provide effective and efficient patient care to individuals, families and communities. The University has Open Educational Resources including books, conference presentations, courseware, journal articles, lecture notes, video lectures, theses and dissertations and more.

 Academic institution / 374 views

The Viva Foundation is an NGO that strives to be instrumental in transforming high-priority poverty areas, such as informal settlements, into stable, economically sustainable communities that provide civilians with education, employment, business and recreation opportunities. The Foundation provides services to these areas and addresses the community’s needs by creating a hub for its services including education and care; nutrition & training as well as response to sexual violence.

 Non-Government Organization / 435 views

The Wellbeing Foundation’s mission is anchored on the successful delivery of The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 3, 5 & 6. The Wellbeing Foundation Africa strives to educate, empower, and advocate for accessible and sustainable health in Africa. The Foundation has antenatal & postnatal education, water, sanitation & hygiene, emergency obstetric & newborn care, and infant & young child feeding programs as well as universal health coverage funding.

 Non-Government Organization / 332 views

WAHF is a non-profit organization on a mission to address the poor health and nutritional status of people, particularly children and women, of the West African sub-region. WAHF aims to promote health through wellness education and disease prevention. The ongoing programs include comprehensive medical and public health outreach interventions, health & wellness education and malaria control program.

 Non-Government Organization / 405 views

WHF supports and advocates for Women’s Health in Uganda by bringing communities of women and men together to foster health promotion for the benefit of women. The Foundation’s goal is to Promote Women’s wellbeing through a Comprehensive Community Based Healthcare Approach that ensures Positive Social Change

 Non-Government Organization / 454 views

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