Partnerships
 

Partnerships 

Partnerships

Potential collaborations in health systems would be with the Federal Ministries of Health and Population Welfare and the Planning and Development Commission, and also the respective provincial departments. However, other ministries such as women development, youth affairs, social welfare and education can also be the important partners of our division. Potential collaborators for r esearch may include Pakistan Medical Research Council, National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Population Council. International NGOs, donors, bilateral organisations and UN agencies also prospectively can be reached out for various endeavours.

Partnership Networks

Health Systems Division would potentially foster networking with

  • National Health Policy Task Force: MoH
  • Pakistan Health Economics & Policy Network: EMRO
  • Health Policy Forum, Heart file

 Grants
Some of the recent health systems grants from 2005 - 2008 are listed below:

Grant Title

Source

Amount

Leadership in Family Planning & Reproductive Health: capacity building, networking and advocacy

David & Lucile Packard Foundation, US

$400,000

PAN Asian Collaboration for Evidence-based e-Health Adoption and Application (PANACeA)

IDRC

Rs.118,041,600

 

NPPI - Feasibility Study of Result Based Financing Mechanisms for MNCH

UNICEF & Department of Health, Sindh

Rs.18,403,000

$239,000

Leadership for Family Planning and Reproductive Health

Public Health Institute, Santa Cruz

$65,000

Proposal to develop a Plan for e-Health related Needs and Readiness Assessment for AKDN Institutions ( Tanzania and Afghanistan)

Aga Khan Foundation Geneva

$51,852

Assessing the willingness to participate in, and pay for, Health Insurance Product (A qualitative Study in Gilgit and Singal)

Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance (AKAM)

$19,925

Assuring quality of services: The development of a Performance Measurement Framework for Aga Khan University Hospital

World Health Organization EMRO

$6,500

Engendering the Health System: Improving the quality of Health Services for Women

World Health Organization, EMRO

$6,100

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