Evaluation of the Second-Generation Health Extension Programme’s impact on health post capacity to prevent, prepare for and respond to shocks in selected areas of Ethiopia

Evaluation of the Second-Generation Health Extension Programme’s impact on health post capacity to prevent, prepare for and respond to shocks in selected areas of Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, our research focuses on health, and specifically on the impact of the Second Generation Health Extension Programme (HEP), a major government initiative to enhance primary and community care. The research will examine the extent to which implementing Second Generation HEP strengthens the capacity of community health posts to prevent, prepare for and respond to shocks. The findings will support the Government of Ethiopia and partners in their efforts to build resilience and shock responsiveness of the frontline health care system.

Authored by Kate Gooding, Jana Harb, Michele Binci, Seifu Hagos, Mikias Alayu, and Girum Taye.

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Full title: Evaluation of the Second-Generation Health Extension Programme’s impact on health post capacity to prevent, prepare for and respond to shocks in selected areas of Ethiopia
Published by: Maintains
Country: Ethiopia
Sector: Health
Type of resource: Research Plan
Date produced: May 2020
File type: PDF

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