We developed a competency-based, self-assessment learning measurement toolkit to meet the increasing demand for practical tools that enable public officials to upskill on the job.
Our work provides insights on specific tools and approaches to strengthen the capacities of public health officials in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) contexts.
Our key learnings on how performance measures can address seemingly abstract behavioral aspects such as motivation, job satisfaction or the ability to manage expectations.
In a two-part blog series, we present our key findings on individual performance measurement and management in health systems.
The learning assessment will evaluate how capacities have been built and the strategies used by the TSUs to engage effectively with the government. The findings of the learning assessment will inform future Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation investments in the sector.
The project monitors innovative approaches to build water security in four communities in India and Pakistan.
On World Toilet Day we reflect on the progress made towards universal toilet use in India and explore how to overcome the challenges ahead.