New PASS Bulletin: City-Led Health Programming Begins with Financial Commitment
The issue showcases how India adapted TCI’s standard self-selection process to better align with the annual national planning and budgeting processes of the National Health Mission and was able to include TCI proven interventions within government budgets, East Africa’s engagement with local geographies in the direct sub-awards based upon workplans that highlight both what activities the funds from the geography will be spent and what TCI funds will be spent on, Francophone West Africa’s work with local governments to establish commercial banks accounts where both TCI and the geographies’ funding both reside and finally the various resource mobilization strategies that Nigeria uses to ensure states’ political and financial commitment, including its innovative performance-based tracker.
TCI’s PASS Learning Series will be published periodically as TCI works to rapidly scale up and sustain proven reproductive health solutions for under-served urban poor communities, learns from implementation, and uses that knowledge to evolve its model and ensure success. Select content from this series will be written up in more detail for consideration in peer-reviewed journals.
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