Primary Health Care Performance Initiative – PHCPI
PHCPI is a new partnership that brings together country policymakers, health system managers, practitioners, advocates and other development partners to catalyze improvements in primary health care (PHC) in low- and middle-income countries through better measurement and knowledge-sharing. The Initiative supports stronger PHC through four interconnected areas of work: strengthening performance measurement; generating and sharing knowledge; promoting country-level improvement; and engaging partners to build momentum. PHCPI helps countries track key performance indicators for their PHC systems, identifying which parts of the system are working well and which ones are not. This is expected to enhance accountability and provide decision-makers with essential information to drive improvements. To make data actionable, PHCPI provides a platform for countries to share lessons and best practices.
PHCPI generates and curates high-quality resources and tools to guide better measurement of PHC systems and improvement efforts. The resources include PHC evidence, compare tool, advocacy toolkit, promising practices (case studies) and PHC Vital Signs User Guide. You can sign up for PHCPI email updates to stay up to date on data, tools and resources.