The Promise of Collaborative Action: Second Annual Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition Meeting
On 19-20 October 2021, more than 200 people convened to identify promising practices that use campaigns and ongoing services effectively, and to build consensus around actions the Coalition can take to foster learning, collaboration and systems change. More than 50 speakers, moderators, and presenters representing every health domain shared knowledge and insights. Recordings from their sessions are below.
Individuals who drive decisions about health campaigns at the country-level discussed contextual, structural, and political factors that enable and hinder cross-campaign collaboration approaches. Panelists identified actions needed to achieve improved
Participants delved into The Decision Guidance Toolkit for People-Centered Integration of Health Campaigns to examine steps taken that informed decisions in campaign integration from the perspectives of the panelists in
This session built on a recent study that explores measures of effectiveness, in addition to coverage, that would be helpful to program implementers. By the end of the session, participants
This panel explored the use of geospatial data innovations to improve microplanning for health campaign effectiveness and efficiency. GRID3 provided a population model update, and panelists shared how maps have
Countries discussed the value of digitizing and integrating major components of campaign activities across disease programs, including planning, supply chain management, campaign worker training, intervention delivery, payment, and monitoring and
This open, semi-structured session explored economic incentives and disincentives to campaign integration at all levels. Participants explored how benefits (and costs) accruing to the communities/households are incorporated in economic analyses.
Closing Plenary: The Promise of Collaborative Action followed by Panel Discussion with Perspectives from the HCE Leadership Team
Participants voted on priorities for the Coalition, followed by a panel discussion on Coalition priorities. Members of the HCE Leadership Team from PAHO, UNICEF, GAVI Vaccine Alliance, The Bill &
Poster 1.2: Implementation Research in Health Campaign Effectiveness: A retrospective study in immunization related campaign integration in Bangladesh
This poster is a scoping review on integrated health campaigns in immunization in LMICs, presented by Shams Shabab Haider.
Poster 1.4: Health Worker Training & Empowerment: Transitioning the Training Strategy for Skin Diseases in Vanuatu and the Western Pacific
From presenter Isis Umbelino: This poster describes the development of integrated skin disease training for health workers in primary health centers in Vanuatu to help strengthen the referral system for
Click here to view the pdf From presenter Christina Banks: This poster discusses findings from the first studies that have costed campaigns that have co-delivered multiple vaccines and vaccines and
Poster 1.6: Use of Predictive Analytics for Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of Integrated Health Campaign Micro Planning, Preliminary Results from Rwanda
From the speaker: Automation of the micro planning process and use of predictive analytics can improve health service targeting, increase resource deployment efficiency, and enable health sector planners to simulate
From speaker Mackenzie Manne: Using partner data, Linksbridge has developed campaign calendars and data systems that are shared across platforms and can provide greater transparency into campaigns and their performance.
Poster 1.8: Health Campaign Integration Related to Neglected Infectious Diseases in Latin America and the Caribbean
From speaker Andrei Chell: This study aims to provide an overview of experiences with conducting integrated health campaigns in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Region related to three (3)
Poster 1.9: Measuring and Assessing Effectiveness in Preventive Nutrition and Public Health Programmes: A closer look at the global vitamin A supplementation
From presenter Dr. Andreas Hasman: This virtual poster introduces a recently project looking at ways to measure and analyze effectiveness in the delivery of preventive public health and nutrition programs.
Poster 2.1: Impact of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) Beyond Malaria Control Amongst Under-Five Children in Eight Local Government Areas (LGAs) across Katsina and Yobe States.
From speaker Akinola Shonde: This poster explores the extended impact of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) implementation beyond just Malaria control in communities. We demonstrated that SMC processes including cyclical drug
Poster 2.2: Transitioning LLIN Distribution Campaign in Ghanaian Communities Through Social Mobilization and Capacity Building
From speaker Dr. Phyllis Dako-Gyeke: The objective of this poster is to present the process and results of co-creation of our intervention, by focusing on social mobilization and capacity building
Poster 2.3: Evaluating a Transition to Government Ownership of Schistosomiasis and Soil-Transmitted Helminth Control Programs in Four Districts in Nigeria
From speaker Emily Griswold: This poster describes our project and its initial results. We are examining the process of transitioning the schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminth programs to full government ownership