The USAID SQALE Community Health Program is a three-year partnership to improve maternal and child health through a focus on quality community health systems.
We are a partnership between Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and LVCT Health. We work closely with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, through the Community Health and Development Unit (CHDU).
Have you read our Learning Event report? Find out how QI in community health has had an impact and how we can sustain it longer term.
WEBINAR report! The unfinished agenda in community health: the design, governance and quality of CHW programs
Read all about the USAID SQALE Learning Event.
NEW BRIEF! How can we achieve Universal Health Coverage with quality? A quality improvement model for community health from Kenya
Stimulating, cascading and sustaining quality: The role of Champions for community health
The USAID SQALE programme is happy to collaborate with its sister consortium, REACHOUT.
REACHOUT was funded by the European Union under the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.
It focused on quality improvement research with close-to-community providers in six countries in Africa and Asia.