Welcome to the International Health Partnership
IHP+ is a group of partners committed to improving the health of citizens in developing countries. International organizations, bilateral agencies and country governments all sign the IHP+ Global Compact. They commit to putting 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. Partners also aim to hold each other to account.
Faster progress to achieve results requires governments, CSOs, private sector and especially international development partners to take action. The most critical areas for action for development partners have become known as the seven behaviours. These are not new but they are important.
IHP+ Newsletter October 2014
Read the latest news from IHP+ here.
The relevance of IHP+ in the post-2015 agenda, a debate at the UN General Assembly
IHP+ was the topic of conversation on 23 September 2014 at the UN...
South South and Triangular Cooperation in Health
A new report documenting the international experience in...