The USAID-funded Healthy Mother, Healthy Baby (HMHB) Activity set out to improve health outcomes in Tajikistan through digital transformation. It expands USAID’s maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) and nutrition investments in Tajikistan as the country introduces new health strategies. It is a multi-year activity with a mandate to make sustainable improvements in the ability of the Government of Tajikistan to deliver quality maternal and child health and nutrition services. It focuses on building the technical capacity, leadership, and management of Tajikistan while also creating a path towards country-wide digitalization and policy reform.
Healthy Mother, Healthy Baby aims to improve the quality of healthcare, increase access to health services, and help meet the increasing demand for health services in 12 districts. It will build the capacity of health providers through in-service training and ongoing continuing education; integrate person-centered care across hospitals, Primary Health Care (PHC), and Healthy lifestyle centers (HLSCs); and support an enabling environment for skilled, motivated providers by expanding Quality Improvement (QI) efforts and availability of infrastructure and equipment.
HMHB leverages the power of CommCare, to create an enabling environment to strengthen capacity and ensure users have the correct information at their fingertips to make better-informed decisions.