Publish Date: March 2019
MSCP collaborated with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) in Rwanda to implement high impact interventions to address the major causes of maternal, newborn and child mortality and to improve the quality of health services from the community level to hospital level. The primary approaches to achieve these objectives included strengthening the national health policy environment and health system components, building and maintaining capacity and skills of healthcare workers, mentoring and implementing quality improvement activities at facilities. This brief provides an overview of the program interventions, a summary of the findings from the facility and mentorship assessments, and recommendations for future programming.
Improving RMNCH Service Readiness and Quality - Summary Findings from an Endline Analyses of the MCSP Rwanda Program (822 downloads)