Welcome to the International Health Partnership
IHP+ is a group of partners committed to improving the health of citizens in developing countries. They include international organizations, bilateral agencies and country governments, and they all sign the IHP+ Global Compact for achieving the health Millennium Development Goals. IHP+ partners work together to put internationally agreed principles for effective aid and development co-operation into practice in the health sector.
IHP+ achieves results by mobilizing national governments, development agencies, civil society and others to support a single, country-led national health strategy or plan, a single monitoring and evaluation framework, and a strong emphasis on partners holding each other to account. IHP+ is about people and organizations at local, national and global levels uniting for a healthier future.
At the IHP+ meeting in Nairobi, December 2012, participants identified a number of critical areas where international development partners need to change their behaviour in order to accelerate progress on the MDGs. Recent meetings of global health leaders have strongly supported renewed action on these seven behaviours which, if implemented, would bring visible results.
New IHP+ Newsletter, August-October 2013
Get updated on what's been happening in countries and globally,...
The case for using government funding channels: a closer look at funding modalities in Zambia
IHP+ interviewed Tom Achoki (Senior Monitoring and Evaluation...