Initiatives Inc. is committed to improving access to quality primary health care for people in underserved communities.
Solutions for Better Health
Organizational Capacity Development and Certification
Human Resources for Health
Quality Assurance and Accreditation
Community Health Systems
Operations Research and Evaluation
Our support has strengthened management systems in over 75 health districts across more than 10 countries.
Initiatives has successfully managed $25 million in federal funds over the last 10 years.
We are supporting civil society organizations in Uganda advocating on behalf of 11.5 million people for quality health services.
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Where We Work
Founded in 1987, Initiatives has worked with government agencies and ministries, non-governmental organizations and international organizations in dozens of countries.
Our current project portfolio includes Challenge TB in DR Congo, Advocacy for Better Health in Uganda, Community Health Systems Strengthening in Tanzania, and Systems for Better Health in Zambia.
Initiatives manages CHW Central, a web-based resource and forum for community health workers.
CHW Central offers downloadable resources, member discussions, periodic articles, and a listing of upcoming events on CHW programs and policy.
In the News
By: Rebecca Furth, Senior Technical Advisor, Initiatives Inc. Photo Credit: “Hillbrow And Braamfontein, Johannesburg” by Paul Saad, used under Creative Commons All Photos Are Copyright To Paul Saad, Unauthorised Use Is Not Allowed Without Prior Permission....read more
By: Donna Bjerregaard, Senior Technical Advisor, Initiatives Inc. In 2014, the USAID Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program released the publication “Developing and Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs at Scale: A Reference Guide and Case Studies...read more
By: Rebecca Furth, Senior Technical Advisor, Initiatives Inc. Photo Credit: Rebecca Furth African nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) often have trouble communicating their work and making their organizations known. This limits their ability to create partnerships,...read more