FATA-KP Health Program – Pakistan

The FATA-KP Health Program (FKHP) is a five-year (Sept. 2012-Oct. 2017) MCHIP Associate Award Cooperative Agreement funded by USAID and granted to Jhpiego. Save the Children acts as the lead implementer to this project that aims to improve maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) outcomes in the targeted seven districts of Malakand Division and four selected agencies of FATA. The program works to save the lives of mothers, newborns, and children through a four-pronged program focused specifically on MNCH and healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy (HTSP) services.

Jamii Smart

Jamii Smart (meaning “smart families”) aims to convert the huge success of M-Pesa, Safaricom’s mobile wallet solution, into an effective mHealth solution that significantly improves MCH by modeling on existing, sustainable mobile technologies from end users. The national scale mHealth initiative off

Community Benefits Health

Community Benefits Health creatively uses non-monetary incentives to cultivate communities’ investment and commitment to supporting and improving maternal and child health in Ghana.

Action for Community Development (ACODEV)

Action for Community Development is a Uganda-based non-governmental organization working to employ innovative solutions in the areas of human rights, HIV/AIDS, reproductive and child health, and systems strengthening in Eastern Africa.

Community Health Nurse on the Go (CNH)

Community Health Nurse on the Go is a mobile phone app, provided to community health workers, that combines virtual peer-to-peer support with improved connectedness to a professional network and supervisors.

Clinique Combiné

Partners in Health (PIH) Rwanda, Inshuti Mu Buzima (IMB) partnered with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health to established Clinique Combiné integrated-services clinics for mothers and infants.

Talaffin Mata Masu Dabara (TMMD)

Talaffin Mata Masu Dabara (TMMD) is a women’s saving and loan club that empowers its members to launch small businesses and make independent decisions about issues such as where and when to receive health services.


Tanzania, Uganda
BanaPads’ micro-franchise business model aims to harness the power of micro-entrepreneurs selling door to door in an Avon-style network to reinvent rural trade and scale up the access to sanitary pads designed to improve health and productivity.

Mwayi wa Moyo (“A Chance to Live”) Project

In Malawi, government-supported community health workers—called health surveillance assistants (HSAs)—deliver a range of maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) interventions in several community packages, each developed vertically and supported by a different department within the Ministry o

Marie Stopes International Yemen

Marie Stopes International Yemen (MSI Yemen) is a social enterprise delivering high quality family planning and reproductive health information and services to the women of Yemen. Since 1998 we have provided services to more than 1 million Yemenis.