ThinkWell identified strategies for demand generation and use of health system research to inform health policy.
In Mozambique, the Vale a Pena project (“it’s worth it” in Portuguese) aims to transform how rural Mozambican girls aged 10-19 perceive and access modern contraception. Vale a Pena’s objective is to create an enabling environment that increases demand for modern contraceptives and results in additional family planning (FP) users in rural areas.
ThinkWell helps to improve the last mile health supply chain in Mozambique to develop a more streamlined and effective distribution system.
We explored how Mozambique’s health sector could partner with the private sector to provide non-clinical health services.
ThinkWell developed a feasibility assessment and design for a community-based model to identify, screen, and treat Tuberculosis-positive miners and their families.
ThinkWell provided support to DFID Mozambique to develop the agency’s next five year health strategy to significantly impact Reproductive and Maternal Health (RMH).
ThinkWell conducted a comprehensive supply chain system assessment to identify the bottlenecks and leakages of HIV rapid test kits.
ThinkWell conducted a study on human resources for health to help achieve national HIV targets. We also strengthened capacity around country-led evaluations for HIV programming.
ThinkWell is supporting the Mozambican Ministry of Health to develop their national health financing strategy.
ThinkWell studied methods to strengthen participatory governance in Africa.
ThinkWell implemented and evaluated Mozambique’s first HIV and MCH-focused performance-based financing (PBF) program.
ThinkWell undertook a global review of quality of care in 25 results-based financing (RBF) programs to create a database of quality of care checklists, an analysis of trends, and detailed case studies.