Publish Date: November 2014
MCHIP and Child Survival and Health Grants Program (CSHGP) grantees have implemented and tested integration models for replication and scale-up in a range of countries. They have promoted service delivery integration at the community level using community health workers and volunteers; integration of family planning with other MNCH services, including immunization; integration of maternal, infant, and young child nutrition (MIYCN) with other MNCH services; integration of HIV/AIDS services into the antenatal care (ANC) platform.
This review highlights MCHIP experiences and lessons learned from programming in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Liberia, Rwanda, and South Sudan; and CSHGP grantee experiences in Cambodia, Honduras, and Nepal. Experiences of both MCHIP and CSHGP in Liberia are reviewed.
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