Publish Date: September 2019
The Sustainable Development Goals, founded on the principle that they are “integrated and indivisible,” envision children surviving, thriving and becoming transformative agents in their communities. MCSP conducted a review on behalf of the Child Health Task Force to explore countries’ experiences adding thrive and transform interventions to platforms used to deliver child survival interventions. The review seeks to map out existing global guidance and understand operational experiences primarily in three African countries — Kenya, Senegal and Zambia — with some examples also presented from Ghana and Rwanda. For each primary country, the experiences are presented in the form of narratives that describe the context, main areas of attention, main sectors in addition to health, coordinating structure, and delivery platforms.
Landscape Analysis of Survive, Thrive, and Transform Interventions for Children (919 downloads)