Initiatives Inc. is committed to improving access to quality primary health care for people in underserved communities. We provide technical expertise in organizational development, human resources for health, quality improvement and accreditation, community systems strengthening, and operations research and evaluation. Initiatives strives to provide the highest quality technical assistance, fostering effective partnerships and meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations, with the ultimate aim of improving the health of the populations they serve.

Leadership, Development and Sustaining Organizational Performance

From 2011 to 2013, Initiatives Inc. provided developmental assistance to two NGOs involved in community-based tuberculosis control activities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo under the USAID-funded TB TO 2015 project, led by PATH. In 2014, the follow-on Challenge TB Project launched, led by The Union and, Initiatives was called upon to resume its support to the NGOs and expand support to two additional organizations. Returning to work with the organizations after an 18-month hiatus provided Initiatives with an opportunity to learn where organizations thrived and where there were challenges still to be addressed.

Click here to read more about key takeaways from our organizational development work in DRC.

Organizational Advocacy and Capacity Assessments define Action Plans for Civil Society Organizations in Uganda

How can we help civil society organizations (CSOs) in Uganda to more effectively advocate for improved community health services? The USAID Advocacy for Better Health (ABH) project (2014-2019) is designed to do just that – empower communities, advocate for better services, and strengthen civil society capacity to provide quality services.

Click here to read more about this project's first round of Organizational Advocacy and Capacity Assessments (OACAs)

Initiatives Names New Shareholders

Recognizing our long-standing and committed employees, Initiatives welcomes Rebecca Furth, Senior Technical Advisor, and Nicole Dupré, Director of Finance and Administration, as shareholders. Becky joined Initiatives as a Technical Advisor in 2001 and Nicole started with Initiatives in 2004 as Office Manager. Over the years, their skill and excellence has contributed significantly to the development and support of Initiatives’ country programs and implementation teams. They will be joining existing shareholders Joyce V. Lyons, President, and Donna Bjerregaard, Senior Technical Advisor. Please join us in congratulating Nicole and Becky!

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