Results for Development Institute
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Results for Development Institute (R4D) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to unlock solutions to tough development challenges that prevent people in low- and middle-income countries from realizing their full potential. Using multiple approaches in multiple sectors including, Global Education, Global Health, Governance and Market Dynamics, R4D supports the discovery and implementation of new ideas for reducing poverty and improving lives around the world.
R4D leverages extensive networks and expertise to improve health and achieve equity in health outcomes for all people around the world. Whether it's assessing policies that can support research and development on new drugs and vaccines, exploring innovations in healthcare and connecting innovators to each other or to investors, supporting the growing global movement for universal health coverage, or producing on-demand research and forecasting to help countries and global institutions plan their healthcare futures, R4D’s global health work unlocks new possibilities for global health actors worldwide.
Results for Development Institute (R4D) is a founding partner of the JLN Secretariat and plays a key role in the networks’ overall coordination and strategic direction.
In partnership with the World Bank’s Open Learning Campus, the JLN has launched a digital companion course to the JLN product, Costing of Health Services for Provider Payment Manual.
In a new blog post, JLN facilitators Cheryl Cashin, Sinit Mehtsun, Somil Nagpal, and Lydia Ndebele share the process and rationale for developing an interactive digital course.
Three cross-cutting JLN collaboratives are currently meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam to kick off their work. Participants are meeting to discuss and problem-solve around data foundations, people-centered integrative care, and financing and payment for primary health care.
Follow the JLN on Twitter (@JLN4UHC) for live updates!
Join the Afghan Ministry of Health in a webinar tomorrow October 11, 2017 at 7:30am EST to discuss improving efficiency in the health sector.
The objective of the webinar is to build an understanding of good practices in improving efficiency in the health sector through a stronger budgeting process and provider payment mechanisms in countries with substantial financial constraints such as Afghanistan. The webinar will also provide an opportunity to learn from successes and challenges of addressing efficiency issues in other low- and middle-income countries, including insights and experiences from Bangladesh.
The JLN is pleased to share the new Revisiting Health Financing initiative page on the website! Learn more about the focus and scope of work for the three collaboratives facilitated by the World Bank under the initiative.
The Geneva Health Forum in April 2018 has extended its call for presentations and posters until October 2, 2018. UHC is among many of the key health priorities featured at the Forum and would be a great way to share the JLN experience with health policymakers and practitioners from around the world.
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