CHMI Primary Care Learning Collaborative Overview

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The CHMI Primary Care Learning Collaborative is a peer-learning network that enables knowledge sharing among participating organizations on challenges related to quality, sustainability, efficiency, and scale. Launched in 2013, Collaborative members share successes, jointly solve problems related to common challenges, and highlight promising practices for organizations providing primary care in low- and middle-income countries. The Collaborative consists of five organizations employing chain and franchise models to deliver primary health care in Kenya, Burundi, and India: Access Afya, LifeNet International, Penda Medical Center, Ross Clinics, and Swasth India.

This document provides a brief overview of the Collaborative and its activities.