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Online database of sustainable development case studies from the UNDP SDG Fund, an international multi-donor and multi-agency development mechanism created in 2014 by the United Nations to support sustainable development activities through integrated and multidimensional joint programmes.
Accompanying the report of the Task Force on Scaling up Education and Training of Health Workers - Scaling Up, Saving Lives - are a series of country case studies. These case studies describe successful scale up models which are central in bringing about improvements in the health status of their populations.
Harvard Business School-style teaching cases and brief cases that examine programmatic, organizational, and policy-related decisions global health leaders face across various disease conditions and health care delivery systems in resource-limited settings. Teaching notes and instructional material, all available at no cost, facilitate undergraduate- or graduate-level courses and executive education.
Case studies were commissioned by WHO Regional Offices for the World Conference on Social Determinants of Health. The case studies present successful examples of policy action aiming to reduce health inequities, covering a wide range of issues, including conditional cash transfers, gender-based violence, tuberculosis programmes and maternal and child health.
Countdown's in-depth country case studies focus on understanding and explaining how progress was achieved in the areas of maternal, newborn and child survival and other areas of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health and nutrition.
World Enabled researches socio-economic, political and cultural factors that redress inequitable outcomes and promotes inclusion of persons with disabilities in general and youth with disabilities in particular. World Enabled cprovides leadership and capacity building initiatives in partnership with governments, private corporations, community based organizations, and networks of persons with disabilities.
n 2010, AIDSTAR-One conducted case studies in three countries where GBV services were available. These case studies were developed to help program managers design, plan, and implement strategies to integrate GBV within existing HIV, family planning, or reproductive health services and programs. Analysis of the studies—conducted in Vietnam, Ecuador, and Swaziland—yielded five major findings and eight overarching recommendations. This collection presents the case studies and the accompanying report.