Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project

K4Health is a USAID-funded project that improves access to and sharing of global, regional, and country-specific public health knowledge, particularly about family planning and reproductive health and related health issues such as HIV/AIDS and maternal and child health. The project is led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Communication Programs, in collaboration with FHI 360, MSH, and IntraHealth International.

Selected Achievements

Teamed up with the Regional Centre of Excellence of Health Supply Chain Management in Kigali, Rwanda, to build a robust knowledge management platform to address the information needs of supply chain students, researchers, and personnel in the region
Provided technical assistance and support to the Government of Senegal, specifically to the Ministry of Health and Social Action (MSAS), to develop their first National eHealth Strategy