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Utkrisht Impact Bond Case Study

The Utkrisht Impact Bond will support private healthcare facilities in Rajasthan, India to achieve and sustain a standard of quality that will result in decreased maternal and newborn mortality.

Accelerating USAID's Health Goals

Digital financial services (DFS) provide health programs with opportunities to accelerate progress toward global health goals and outcomes. By leveraging DFS, United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) global health program managers can improve health systems performance and support programmatic outcomes such as financial protection for vulnerable groups, delivery of essential health services, improved reach to marginalized communities, and increased health service demand and responsiveness.

A Pragmatic Approach to Assessing System Change

These papers outline a process that programs can use to assess system changes regularly and practically. The 'Overview' summarises the approach and 'How to put it into practice' provides more detailed implementation guidance, worked examples, and useful tips.

A Vision For Action In Digital Health

USAID envisions a world in which advances in digital technologies are leveraged to help people access the information and services they need to live healthy and prosperous lives. Accelerating the Journey to Self-Reliance Through Strategic Investments in Digital Technologies: A Vision for Action in Digital Health is the Agency’s first dedicated policy guidance for its investments in digital technologies that support health programs in its partner countries.

Research on Women Sales Agents in Indonesia Conducted by PRISMA

Indonesian women’s roles in agriculture tend to be less visible and are frequently overlooked by agricultural input companies, government extension workers and even development programs. Unsurprisingly, gender considerations are largely absent from agricultural marketing activities and direct sales agent (DSA) models. To understand and address this gap, PRISMA conducted research on 10 agricultural sector partners and their respective DSA programs.

Access To Universal Health Coverage Through High-Performing Health Care

Achieving access to UHC requires contributions from public and private health institutions to meet a set of standards that collectively indicate high-performing health care. To help deliver on this aspirational goal, we work together to create high-quality health care that is Accountable, Affordable, Accessible, and Reliable.

Practical Analytical Framework for Inclusive Entrepreneurial Market Systems

The Inclusive Entrepreneurial Market Systems (IEMS) framework is a first step in building on existing enabling environment tools and market system theoretical frameworks to provide concrete guidance on how to examine the underlying variables in systems that may present barriers or opportunities to private sector engagement efforts.

Engaging the Private Sector in Health System Resilience Efforts

Engaging the private sector in all stages of health system resilience is by nature a complex undertaking, most often occurring too late in a response and without adequate planning. Committed public and private champions who see the benefit of joint action are crucial, as is arming them with evidence-based best practices and guidance. This report presents a strategic approach that can guide USAID missions in addressing health system stressors and shocks, while supporting countries on the journey toward self-reliant, prepared, and resilient health systems.

Shock Responsive Programming and Adaptive Mechanisms

This resource was originally published on Learning Lab. This guidance is intended to inform USAID staff, especially Mission project design and management teams and OAA staff, on options for designing flexible, shock responsive programs and as well as options to respond to shocks through existing development programs that were not designed with shock responsiveness in mind. 

Women's Entrepreneurship Diagnostic

This tool, developed by USAID, helps to prioritize the binding constraints for women entrepreneurs in a given country, especially at the SME level.

Gender 101: Gender Equality at USAID

After completing this course, USAID staff will acquire a holistic view of gender equality — they will be able to describe what it is and the policies enacted by USAID to implement it.

Cost-Benefit Analysis Training

A cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is an effective way to evaluate a project and quantify the relationships among a project’s inputs, outputs and purpose.