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Building Hospital Autonomy in Afghanistan

From 2012-2016, the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project supported Afghanistan's National and Specialty Hospitals in implementing the first phase of the hospital autonomy process to independently manage their budgets and procurement processes.

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Impact of a Health Governance Intervention on Provincial Health System Performance in Afghanistan

Poor health governance contributes to poor health outcomes and may constrain a country’s progress in attaining the ambitious health targets of the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, governance has rarely been used as a lever to improve the performance of the health sector and health systems.

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Evidence Compendium

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The forthcoming evidence compendium is a five-chapter analysis documenting successful approaches, lessons, and emerging pathways linking leadership, management, and governance improvements to health service delivery and performance. This compendium builds upon our examination of more than 5,000 pre-existing documents.

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The East Africa Women’s Mentoring Network Summary Report

The East Africa Women’s Mentoring Network (EAWMN) was launched as a pilot in November 2014 in response to the gap of professional support for promoting women’s advancement in leadership and a lack of formally structured mentoring networks as assessed by the LMG Project during interviews and research for the publication

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LMG/NMCP Project - Sierra Leone Fact Sheet

Malaria is the most common cause of illness and death in Sierra Leone. Half of all outpatient visits are caused by malaria, and malaria-related illnesses contribute to 38% of child mortality rates and 25% of all-ages mortality rates. The most vulnerable groups include children under 5 years old and pregnant women.

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