Phase I has supported over 9 months in collaboration with Last Mile Health and the deliverables include the following:
• Recommendations for financing National Community Health Assistant program, which included a draft investment plan for the national CHW scale-up
• Co-developed tools with MOH counterparts such as:
• ROI analysis for the NCHA system
• Tracking of existing financing, by county
Phase II will provide ongoing support for implementation of the recommendations.
Phase I supported over 5 months, in collaboration with Partners in Health, and included the following deliverables:
• Costing: Support of existing CHW costing model
• ROI and advocacy: Conducted ROI analysis for CHW program, developed overview of case for investment, developed advocacy guidance
• Resource mobilization: Developed financial gap analysis, Submitted comments and CHW investment case for inclusion in the RMNCAH strategy
• MoH team capacity: Developed TOR for the Finance/Grant Management Specialist position for CHW Hub, and co-led discussions with the MoH and donors
Phase II support is ongoing and it includes:
• Onboarding of new operations team member
• Updating the Costing of the CHW plan using UNICEF/ MSH tool
• Development of Resource mapping and advocacy tool kits
• Selected to participate at Bellagio and is one of FAH’s priority countries
• Suitability based on the role of domestic funding for the WBOT programme
• Funding gap exists
• Country support through thought partnership on understanding the value for money case based on the SAMRC investment case as well as other reports
• Selected to participate at Bellagio as one of FAH’s priority countries
• Suitability based on the new CHEW strategy
• Funding gap needs
Post Bellagio support aims to understand and interpret feedback as well as potential deployment of financing instruments
In Phase I, Uganda requested to support on the following:
• Costing: Development of the financing pathway and gap analysis
• Advocacy: Develop advocacy messages for different stakeholders, to support resource mapping and mobilization
• Resource mobilization: Map and prioritize resource mobilization opportunities from within government and from partner organizations
Post Bellagio support will focus on financial instrument development and implementation.
• Country support in collaboration with Aspen Management Partnership
• Selected to participate at Bellagio a one of FAH’s priority countries
• Suitability based on the new National Community Health strategy
• Funding gap needs
Post Bellagio support will aim to understand and interpret feedback
Comparative costing analysis across 8 CHW programs to pressure test costing tool.
Compared costing across:
• Geographies (rural/urban)
• Service packages
• Service provider
• Main cost drivers and variations
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