Global Health

We envision better health systems that foster quality & access; reduce threats; and promote healthier behaviours to improve lives globally.

Sustainable and Accountable Health Services

We engage citizens, communities, governments, and private organizations to expand access to sustainable health care. We are leaders in the development of innovative and sustainable financing approaches to expand individual and household access to health services and products, including clean water.

At the service delivery level, we equip the private health care providers who provide the vast majority of health services to poor communities with the business skills, financial credit, and other resources they need to sustain small practices and ensure they have access to the credit they need to upgrade and expand their services.

Sustainability demands accountability. We help build relationships between civil society and government, and create opportunities for continued communication through, for example, citizen-monitoring of government-provided services across sectors, including health. We provide rural communities with practical tools that enable them to hold local government health providers accountable while strengthening the overall public financial management structures needed to ensure performance in the health sector.

Our Experts


Nandi Hall is Director of Economic Growth, with more than 15 years of experience working in international development in both the private and nongovernmental sector.

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Our Projects


Nigeria—EU Support to Immunisation Governance in Nigeria (EU-SIGN)

The EU Support to Immunisation Governance in Nigeria (EU-SIGN) project improved maternal newborn and child health by protecting children and their mothers from preventable diseases.

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Nigeria—Integrated Approach to Neglected Tropical Diseases (UNITED)

The Integrated Approach to Neglected Tropical Diseases Programme supported the Nigerian government in controlling seven neglected tropical diseases—blinding trachoma, bilharzia, elephantiasis, river blindness, hookworm, whipworm, and roundworm. DAI Global Health was responsible for the health systems strengthening workstream.

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Lebanon—Industry Value Chain Development (LIVCD)

The Lebanon Industry Value Chain Development (LIVCD) project improved Lebanon’s economic stability and provided income-generating opportunities for small business while creating jobs for the rural population, in particular women and youth.

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Worldwide—Evidence on Demand Core Services

Evidence on Demand was a resource service providing high-quality information in the fields of climate, environment, infrastructure, and livelihoods. The information hub provided access to a broad range of documents, learning resources and technical expertise.

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Nigeria—Malaria Action Program for States (MAPS)

The Malaria Action Program for States (MAPS) program in Nigeria was a comprehensive program that increased coverage and use of life-saving malaria interventions in support of the Nigeria National Malaria Strategic Plan and the National Malaria Elimination Program.

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Nigeria—Payment Models for Emergency Transport Schemes (METS)

This two-year pilot was designed as an implementation research initiative, and aimed to generate evidence in support of an appropriately funded maternal health emergency transport policy in Nigeria.

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Liberia—Inventory of Medical Equipment in All Governmental Hospitals

DAI Global Health implemented a countrywide inventory of medical equipment in 20 hospitals, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, to assess the health care technology management and maintenance requirements of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in Liberia.

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Nigeria—Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria / Maternal Newborn and Child Health (PRRINN/MNCH)

Covering a population of approximately 19 million in four states of Northern Nigeria, the Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria / Maternal Newborn and Child Health programme (PRRINN/MNCH) combined health systems strengthening with routine immunization and maternal, newborn, and child health interventions.

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Nigeria—Partnership for Transforming Health Systems 1 (PATHS 1)

The Partnership for Transforming Health Systems 1 in Nigeria supported local initiatives to strengthen government stewardship in health policy, planning, and financing to improve management in public health.

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