Resources produced by the Women for Health (W4H) programme

This section is a catalogue of resources produced by the Women for Health (W4H) programme. A key objective of the W4H programme is to share its lessons, achievements, and successes in support of closing the gender gap in service provision.

W4H is keen to ensure that the evidence and knowledge generated reaches other health training schools, its lessons are absorbed by decision-makers, and the learning from programme implementation can inspire other states and countries in the region to take action.

W4H produces a variety of resources including:



How to guides


Step by step, practical guides to different key W4H interventions designed to support states and programmes to implement similar initiatives.

Success stories


W4H case studies that examine the impact of different aspects of the programme. Which illustrate the programme’s impact on individuals, groups or communities;

Videos


Videos made during the W4H programme. Health Training Institutions, State Government and the Women for Health team;

Technical briefs


Technical information which provide reliable and up-to-date technical information about programme strategies and approaches;

Other W4H resources


W4H final report, Borno report, state summaries and more, which provide an evaluation of programme activities, showcasing the lessons learned, results and recommendations;

National &international HRH resources


This section contains a selection of national institution strategies and guidelines and international resources and guidance related to the education of health workers.

Coronavirus


A selection of useful Coronavirus resources from the UK's National Health Service (NHS) and the WHO.




  • Technical Briefs which provide reliable and up-to-date technical information about programme strategies and approaches;
  • Reports which provide an evaluation of programme activities, showcasing the lessons learned, results and recommendations;
  • Success Stories which illustrate the programme’s impact on individuals, groups or communities;
  • Videos which share the voice of the students, Health Training Institutions, State Government and the Women for Health team;
  • Factsheets which outline key information on programme initiatives;
  • Presentations which share lessons learned;
  • Peer-review Articles detailing implementation research conducted by the Women for Health programme; and
  • Guides which translate the lessons learned into a series of practical steps to support replication and adaptation for those implementing similar initiatives.