Management for health services delivery

Partnerships management: Working with partners


Partners in programmes

  • WHO Partnerships
    A number of partnerships, or initiatives, have been developed that provide for the participation of other bodies, including nongovernmental and civil society organizations.
    (Website)
  • Leprosy partnerships
    WHO Regional Office for South East Asia
    (Website)
  • Roll back Malaria Partnership
  • WHO IMCI Mulit-country Evaluation Partnerships
    At country level, WHOIMCI brings together local staff and partners from the many programmes serving children, as well as those responsible for drugs, supervision and monitoring, to forge an alliance in support of child health. Joint plans are developed to coordinate the inputs from various sources, so that they complement one another.
    (Website)
  • The Power of Partnerships
    pdf, 678kb

    Ger Steenbergen and Walid El Ansari, 2003, WHO/HTM/STB/2003.24 TB partnerships, principles, priorities, possibilities and pitfalls; country experiences, checklist for interagency coordination meetings
    (48 pages)
  • Engaging Stakeholders For Retooling TB Control
    2008, WHO
    The primary purpose of this document is to provide guidance to managers of national TB control programmes, national immunization programmes, and clinical laboratory and diagnostic services on identifying stakeholders and engaging them as contributors and beneficiaries in taking up new technologies in TB control
    (40 pages, pdf 656kb)
  • Partnerships and networks in research on diseases of poverty
    WHO TDR Programme
    Key to progress was to establish networks of organizations, forming partnerships across the world, across countries, across scientific disciplines and across political boundaries.
    (Website)
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