MCHIP Partners

MCHIP brought together a partnership of organizations with demonstrated success in reducing maternal, newborn and child mortality rates and malnutrition. Each partner took the lead in developing programs around specific technical areas:

Jhpiego, as the Prime, led maternal health, family planning/reproductive health, and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT);

JSI—child health, immunization, and pediatric AIDS;

Save the Children—newborn health, community interventions for MNCH, and community mobilization;

PATH—nutrition and health technology;

JHU/IIP—research and evaluation;

Broad Branch—health financing;

PSI—social marketing; and

ICF International—continued support for the Child Survival and Health Grants Program (CSHGP) and the Malaria Communities Program (MCP).