The Access - Infant and Maternal Health programme, a five-year initiative of World Vision Ireland, with funding support from Irish Aid, was implemented between January 2011 and December 2015 in ten Area Development Programs across Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mauritania and Sierra Leone. The overall goal of AIM Health was to improve maternal, newborn and child health outcomes and reduce maternal and infant mortality - focusing on the first 1000 days and deploying 3 of World Vision's best practice project models: Timed and Targeted Counselling, Citizen Voice and Action, Community Health Committees.
On November 23, 2016, the World Vision Global Health, Nutrition and HIV Community of Practice discussed the AIM Health Evaluation Results. Presentations and discussion included a programme overview, evaluation results, lessons learned and best practices, and next steps.
On this page, you will find the discussion recording and resources shared at this CoP Event.
- Webstream Version: https://wvi.webex.com/wvi-en/ldr.php?RCID=4504b1487e71d8fb1c59a674e6e1b19c
- Download Version: https://wvi.webex.com/wvi-en/lsr.php?RCID=d4642796060bd2c6c61858714fb618bf
AIM Health Evaluation Report:
AIM Health Webinar Presentations:
AIM Health Additional Resource Links:
- Lives Saved Tool
- Implementation Quality Assurance Tools
- World Vision Community Health Worker Programmes
- Community Committees Model
- Citizen Voice and Action Model
- Timed and Targeted Counselling Model
Thank you to our Speakers: