Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health
Please join us on Wednesday 26 Feb at 9am EST / 3pm CET for a webinar about the newly launched Humanitarian Lives Saved Approach (H-LiST), a methodology for prioritized health planning to save a maximum number of maternal and children’s lives in humanitarian settings.
Effectiveness of interventions and their cost-effectiveness in humanitarian settings are essential given the increasing number, magnitude, and complexity of emergencies combined with scarce and precious funding. The H-LiST’s evidence-based, step-by-step process was developed to provide recommendations on which maternal and child health, nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) interventions, at specified coverage levels, can save the most maternal and child lives. Powered by the Lives Saved Tool (LiST), H-LiST goes beyond simply identifying the most life-saving interventions to also include guidance on costing activities to achieve target coverage of prioritized interventions. Users completing the H-LiST Approach walk away with a list of feasible and affordable activities to help increase coverage of the most life-saving maternal and childhood interventions in their setting.
This webinar provides an overview of the approach including a live demonstration (30 minutes), followed by a Q&A session (30 minutes). A recording will be available for anyone unable to attend.