The University of Global Health Equity is working to explore approaches to better understand the successes of countries in reducing under-5 mortality (U5M). This work is initially designed with two aims:
- Developing and testing an implementation framework and mixed methods approach to understand the success of these countries and
- Extracting actionable knowledge focused on implementation strategies and key contextual factors to inform other countries working towards the same goal.
- To generate actionable and transferable knowledge related to reductions in under-5 mortality in Nepal
- To explore the policies, strategies and interventions related to reducing amenable causes of U5M implemented by Nepal at the national, sub-national and community levels
- To understand how Nepal prioritized, adapted, implemented, and sustained these interventions
- To explore the contextual factors at the global, national, ministry, and local levels that acted as facilitators or barriers to reduction in U5M
- To explore transferable knowledge derived from the first three objectives to be able to share with policy makers and implementers in other countries working to reduce U5M
- KII interview
- Transcription of the recorded interview
- Literature reviews and modification of questionnaires according to interviews
- Preparation of list of KIIs with communication and transportation arrangements for the interview
In Collaboration with University of Global Health Equity, Ruwanda and funded by BGC3 (A research think-tank founded by Bill Gates and closely associated with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
[Neonatal and Child Health Area]. No specific study site is identified.