Aid effectiveness principles for scale-up of innovations to improve maternal and newborn survival in Northeast Nigeria, Ethiopia and Uttar Pradesh State, in India


Wickremasinghe, Deepthi; (2016) Aid effectiveness principles for scale-up of innovations to improve maternal and newborn survival in Northeast Nigeria, Ethiopia and Uttar Pradesh State, in India. In: Fourth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research , 14-18.11.2016, Vancouver, Canada.

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Aim: To understand how to catalyse scale-up of externally funded Maternal and Newborn Health care innovations and identify factors enabling or inhibiting their scale-up. - Background to the study - About the study - Emergent themes relating to principles of aid effectiveness - How those principles affect scale-up - Enabling and challenging factors they present in three geographical settings - Key messages

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Contributors: Spicer, Neil (Collaborator); Berhanu, Della (Collaborator); Umar, Nasir (Collaborator); Gautham, Meenakshi (Collaborator); Schellenberg, Joanna (Collaborator);
Faculty and Department: Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases
Research Centre: IDEAS
Research Group: IDEAS
Funders: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Grant number: ITDCVW7210
Projects: IDEAS
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/3201588

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