Sustainable health systems
Sustainable health systems
When already strained health systems are hit with unforeseen circumstances, such as COVID-19, we demonstrate our flexibility and technical expertise to help our clients redesign and adapt programmes and systems for resilience and sustainability.
Strengthening health systems involves managing various stakeholders, building capacity, and preparing for unexpected circumstances. It also means working on longer-term projects with an array of different components. Our technical and strategic expertise has thus prepared us to navigate not only existing programmes but other aspects of public health through times of uncertainty.
Genesis team to boost TB recovery plan after COVID-19 setbacks
Genesis Analytics, through funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, aims to build the capacity of the Department of Health to fast-track the effective implementation of the TB Recovery Plan to ensure an effective transition to the new National TB Programme Strategic Plan 2023-2028.
Scaling up male circumcision in SA to prevent HIV infections
Genesis was awarded three-year contract from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to provide technical assistance to the South African national medical male circumcision (MMC) programme to build resilient local systems that successfully plan, effectively manage and efficiently execute the programme at scale, and transition MMC toward sustainability in South Africa.
Evaluating NHI Phase 1 pilot implementation for Department of Health
Genesis undertook the evaluation of the Phase 1 implementation of the government’s policy of National Health Insurance (NHI) in South Africa. The main aim was to assess whether the NHI Phase 1 interventions had achieved their objective of health system strengthening in primary health care facilities.
Genesis co-manages UNAIDS Technical Support Mechanism
Genesis Analytics as part of the Oxford Policy Management-led consortium is tasked with managing all operations of the Technical Support Mechanism (TSM) in the East and Southern Africa region. The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) established the project to support the provision of high-quality technical assistance in East and Southern Africa (ESA), Asia-Pacific (AP), and West and Central Africa (WCA).
Strengthening HIV prevention through facilitated South-to-South learning
Genesis, in partnership with the University of Manitoba, is supporting the Global HIV Prevention Coalition (GPC) to establish and strengthen shared learning of best practice among 10 African countries heavily burdened by HIV. This is facilitated through the South-South Learning Network (SSLN), a GPC initiative.
Assessing impact of family planning programme for Kenyan girls
Genesis was contracted to conduct a rapid impact assessment of the Choice for Change (C4C) family planning programme in Kenya targeting adolescent girls. Choice for Change is a CIFF-funded initiative, though implemented through Marie Stopes Kenya (MSK), IPAS and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
Improving the accurate costing of HIV programmes in Africa
Genesis has been awarded a contract to undertake a number of learning activities that will improve countries’ abilities to accurately cost their HIV programmes, using national data systems, and interpret existing cost data, thereby enabling more effective planning, budgeting and ongoing decision-making.