We are passionate about what we do, and we are committed. We work with the belief that every woman, man, and child can and should be thriving. Authenticity and deep respect permeate our work as we create room for interaction with local stakeholders to leverage local knowledge and understanding and ways of work. We recognize that they bring an important history that we can fathom. It is through the synergy of our joint expertise, capabilities, and skills that we create sustainable success.
The purpose of this study is to document the prevalence of disease, costs associated with disease episodes, perceived quality of services received, and perceived health status from the general population.
We worked with the Ministry of Health in Kenya and the Kenya Country Team at the Global Fund in Geneva to adapt the Practical Handbook for Improving Program Quality and Efficiency.
Along with PSI, Oxford Epi designed the Assessment of Gender Equity in Niger by developing the tools, conducting analysis and producing the report for a gender equity study of the Niger Integrated Gender Equality Promotion and Local Solutions Project.
FATHER’S DREAMS FOR THEIR DAUGHTERS
In early 2016, we partnered with the MAN UP Campaign and Results in Health to launch the “Dreams of Fathers” project. The project spans a number of countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, and Europe.
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
OxfordEpi conducted a baseline study of the Integrated Maji Infrastructure and Governance Initiative (IMAGINE) to document the prevalence of diarrhea, and associated behavior (including hand washing), as well as availability of clean water and sanitation at the household level.