Gottschalk, Lindsey

Public Health

MSPH

Kenya

Kenya-MCHIP - Urban Reproductive Health Initiative

Tupange program is a family planning program targeting the lowest wealth quintile in urban slums. It is currently operating in 3 cities in Kenya. It incorporates service delivery, operations research, monitoring and evaluation, commodity security and capacity building of both health service providers and community health workers. Services are both facility and community based. MCHIP is a maternal and child health program- working at central level with 6 division of the ministry of health. It targets policy formulation, strategic planning, gideline development, capacity building and operations research in maternal, newborn and child health. Its mandate includes fieldtesting of evidence based interventions and scale up for impact

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