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Join HPI WISE at the Women Deliver conference
17 -19 May; Exhibit Hall C3; Booth 012

Stop by our booth at the Women Deliver conference, Copenhagen; meet HPI Managing Director, Dr Rodion Kraus, and WISE expert, Seema Khan; discuss how we deliver solutions for women's health. Remember to join us for a drinks reception at 16:00 Tuesday 17 May in our booth!
UK International Development Committee inquiry on DFID's programme in Nigeria

HPI submitted written evidence to the UK International Development Committee’s inquiry into DFID’s programme in Nigeria. Watch while the Committee hears from HPI and WISE Director, Georgia Taylor, on some of the key social development issues in Nigeria, focusing on the education and health sectors as well as the challenges faced by women and girls.
Meet Dr Paula Quigley

With over 26 years of international experience in medicine and public health, Paula is HPI's Technical lead in Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health. She has worked across the health system, promoting the use of evidence-based interventions to achieve universal health coverage and address inequity. Read more
Would you like to win a £300 Amazon voucher?

Enter "What does ‪Global Health mean to you?" photo competition by 31 May 2016. Tell your story! Show the aspirations of individuals you have met. Get inspired by the communities you’ve worked with. For more information on how to enter visit click here.
Living the Dream to Become a Midwife

This brief documentary explores the impact of the Women for Health (W4H) programme on the lives of young rural women in northern Nigeria. Watch the Foundation Year Programme students sharing their ambitions for the future. Watch here
Project Award: Evaluation of DFID's Health Partnership Scheme

This summative evaluation of the Health Partnership Scheme is assessing the impact and effectiveness of the DFID funded programme which supports partnerships between health institutions in the UK and the South. It will recommend how to strengthen programme monitoring and evaluation and implementation, and inform design of similiar programmes more generally. Read more...

Featured Blog

Leaving No-One Behind: Focusing on Women with the Least Social Support
Current broad spectrum targeting efforts are failing to reach those who need the most support. An adaptive programming approach can help to identify under-supported women who carry the highest burden of mortality and address the clustering of child deaths. Read more

New Publication

Building the 'enabling environment' to scale up micronutrient supplementation

This article examines a multi-sectoral approach used by HPI to implement the ZIFAS project to scale up micronutrient  supplementation in northern Nigeria. It concludes that this type of comprehensive programming promotes efficiency, providing greater value for money and more sustainable impact. Read more

Recent Events

Social Factors & Communications Training Dissemination Event

MORE MAMaZ hosted a dissemination event in February to share experience of training front-line health providers in social inclusion and communication skills. Early results from five intervention districts were presented. Read more 
Extending Access to the Social Excluded - W4H Panel at  Accountability NOW Summit

Held in Abuja in February 2016, Accountability NOW was a national summit to advance newborn and maternal health in Nigeria. The Women for Health (W4H) team presented four papers. Evidence generated has shed light on the nature of inequity in the education and health of northern Nigerian women and girls. Read more

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