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5 things we’ve learned from a bottom-up approach to health system strengthening

A district team member from Boké, Guinea, presents the team's problem tree in plenary during the workshop.

By Betty Cox and Meredith Klein

To support innovative social impact, tech hubs are realizing they need to engage policymakers. But how?

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When it comes to sex, there’s a wealth of information online (some more helpful than others). But it can be hard to separate fact from alternative facts—and dangerous misconceptions about sexual and reproductive health abound.

Q&A: It takes a village—Working across sectors to increase access to quality early childhood development services


[Editor’s note: Gina Lagomarsino, president and CEO of Results for Development (R4D), recently interviewed Maureen Samms-Vaughan, the first chair of the Early Childhood Commission, a body established by the Government of Jamaica to develop the country’s early childhood sector.
 

What’s missing from the new TAI strategy?

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How Guinea is strengthening its health system in the wake of Ebola

District teams from the Conakry region of Guinea work together to identify priority health system challenges and develop corrective action plans for improvements. © Results for Development/Meredith Klein

Getting to know Augustin Flory: Q&A with R4D’s new nutrition lead

Augustin Flory, Results for Development's new managing director of nutrition, speaks on innovative financing for nutrition during the World Bank's 2017 Spring Meetings.

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