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Action against Hunger is an international NGO fighting hunger. The types of interventions in Ethiopia focus on: nutrition; health; food security; mental health and child care practices; and water, sanitation and hygiene. The ‘News’ link has the latest information about the charity’s actions against hunger by country, press release and testimonies. Read more:  

 International NGO / 1302 views / Popular

APA is established for the relief of suffering from Podoconiosis through effective prevention and treatment programs. APA provides health services and supports health facilities. The organization advocates personal hygiene and builds the capacity of communities. More details:

 Local NGO / 1110 views / Popular

ActionAid aims at eradicating poverty. Its focus in Ethiopia ranges across rural and urban areas. Intervention programs include: women’s rights; emergencies; and climate change.   The ‘publications’ page has resources on women’s rights, public services, emergencies, and climate change. Read more:

 International NGO / 1282 views / Popular

 Mental health & psycho-social services / 1097 views / Popular

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.    

 Academic institution / 998 views

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 / 985 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 / 1043 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 / 1150 views / Popular

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 / 958 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 / 917 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 / 1133 views / Popular

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 / 821 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 / 1192 views / Popular

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) / 901 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 / 867 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 / 866 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 / 994 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 / 1025 views / Popular

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 / 719 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 / 769 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) / 733 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 / 992 views

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 / 918 views

The Aurum Institute works on the response, treatment and research efforts to eradicate TB and HIV. The Institute partners with government, the mining industry, NGOs and communities to better understand the global health challenges and to provide real solutions. Aurum strengthens existing health care systems and constantly innovates to improve the way things are done. The Institute has clinical research centers and health systems center, as well as implementation research and public health divisions. Aurum Library has a collection of resources, publications and tools to share knowledge and best practices. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 1085 views / Popular

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 / 750 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) / 703 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 / 729 views

CADRE is a non-profit organization working in the area of HIV/AIDS social research and communications. The work of the charity focuses on: development and management of HIV/AIDS intervention strategies and models; communications programs and materials; qualitative and quantitative socio-behavioral and communications surveys; as well as evaluation of HIV/AIDS interventions. CADRE publishes the African Journal of AIDS Research-AJAR. The publications link provide access to a wide range of contemporary HIV/AIDS behavioral and social research reports, conference papers, communication materials, support to media workers and links on HIV/AIDS for South Africa, the rest of Africa and the world. More details:

 Non-Government Organization / 549 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 / 662 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 / 560 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 / 728 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 / 763 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 / 648 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 / 733 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 / 773 views

CRHP works and brings healthcare to rural poor and marginalized people. The organization empowers communities to eliminate injustice through integrated efforts in health and development. CRHP works by mobilizing and building the capacity of communities to achieve access to comprehensive development and freedom from stigma, poverty, and disease. Pioneering a comprehensive approach to community-based primary healthcare, also known as the Jamkhed Model, CRHP has been a leader in public health and development in rural communities in India and around the world. The work of CRHP has been recognized by the WHO and UNICEF and has been introduced to communities around the world. The programs of CRHP focus on: adolescent girls and boys; pre-school; science center; artificial limbs; khadkat demonstration; rehabilitation center; women’s group; farmer’s club; village health workers; Julia hospital; and mobile health teams. Research plan is developed based on priorities of field programs, clinical aspects, and communities’ interests. The plan includes documenting the process and accomplishments of CRHP and the communities, as well as monitoring changes in health and development status. In addition, CRHP provides different types of trainings to build capacity. More details:

 Government health organization / 936 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 / 658 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 / 722 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 / 679 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 / 676 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) / 641 views

From the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation of France, FUN-MOOC is a public interest group offering a collection of courses, including many on research tools and various sciences, in French and English.  Some of the courses available include: global health; child and adolescent psychiatry; vaccinology; tuberculosis, malaria as well as EU budget and funding for regions. courses  subject Sexual Health for All (Part 1) Reproductive & sexual health Leaders in Health Health management & leadership Health Economics Health economics Responding to Health Challenges in Africa Community health care  

 Publication/Writing support / 1063 views / Popular

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 / 712 views

The Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti aims to collaborate with the people of the Artibonite Valley as they strive to improve their health and quality of life. The organization helps to improve public health in Haiti by providing services in its hospital and proactively working with communities to prevent illness and premature death. HAS community-based model of prevention, care and treatment involves providing in-patient caring services for children and mothers, treating infectious diseases, and providing rehabilitation service through its prosthetic and orthotics clinic. The Hospital has community health centers specializing in primary care. In addition, HAS nutrition centers treat children with severe acute malnutrition. The organization has 70 mobile clinics and over 300 health posts. The stories highlight the level of care for the most vulnerable.

 Academic institution / 687 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 / 675 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:  

 Non-Government Organization / 1420 views / Popular

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 / 579 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 / 730 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 / 729 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 / 943 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 / 549 views

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