Five year programme to support health services in 6/10 States of South Sudan, and core national systems. Funded by DFID, working with Ministry of Health, Government of the Republic of South Sudan, consortium led by Crown Agents. We lead on support on practical public financial management, which has included helping MoH define their PFM benchmarks, support to harmonisation of NGO health service delivery staff salaries, and developing a Human Resource Information System for health.
In partnership with the Ministry of Health, a mapping of partner activities in the health sector in South Sudan, a mapping of the information systems in use by various actors and a survey of a sample of health facilities covering clinical services, human resources, and public financial management.
Improve understanding of the current state of hospitals’ funding flows and financial management in DRC, including identification of potential barriers to access government funding and preparation of recommendations and an action plan to overcome these barriers.
We conducted a thorough assessment of the ways in which HRH information is managed in the six States in which MNCH2 works, comparing the current situation with National and global standards for HRH data management, and to any existing policy or guidance at National or State level. CGA carried out review of HRH systems (electronic and paper-based) in place at National, State, LGA and facility level, and set out a fully costed workplan for MNCH2 to integrate, upgrade and support HRH.
Working closely with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, as well as other stakeholders in the Government of Sierra Leone, we are supporting the Human Resources for Health Directorate to strengthen its systems around payroll and attendance management, and to set up an accurate and complete health worker payroll database.
Establishing what current systems exist to manage the payrolls of teachers, health workers and other civil servants, and recurrent costs within the health and education sectors.
We conducted a Health Learning Assessment (HLA) for USAID South Sudan in order to provide a better understanding of the current health needs and gaps, and make recommendations for immediate and future modifications.
An evaluation of the efficacy and sustainability of Concern Worldwide's Health Institution Capacity Assessment Process (HICAP), a key method to engage with local governance structures around community health.
A DFID-commissioned review of key Somali donor and partner contributions to health worker incentives and top ups, describing implications of new salary scales (see "Review of pay and grading in the Somali health sector"), and making recommendations to the donor working group for human resources for health.
In Sierra Leone, under Options UK and funded by DFID, our team supported the Ministry of Health and Sanitation's Human Resources for Health Directorate as well as broader central government, to set up and run an Attendance Monitoring system, and improve HR and Payroll information, to standards needed for DFID and Global Fund support to new higher health staff salaries to be released, and sustain data and reporting quality.
Support to Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health and Sanitation, funded by the National AIDS Secretariat/Global Fund, we continued the support and capacity building for the monthly pay and attendance management system. This included technical support to Global Fund for payment of allowances for health workers based in rural locations.