AHEAD...People and Organizations we have worked with
Our clients include international development partners, donor-funded programmes and government agencies and community-based organisations.
Selected clients and delivered assignments in the last two years
- APIN Public Health Initiatives (Training on leadership & management for field staff and for Ministry of Health staff in Lagos, Oyo, and Plateau States; Training on grantsmanship and manuscript writing);
- Heartland Alliance International (Training on leadership & Management; Grantsmanship; and, Crisis management);
- Centre for Integrated Health Programs (Training on change management);
- UNODC/UNDP and Anti-corruption Academy of Nigeria (Training on grant writing, grant implementation, leadership & management);
- USAID/MEASURE Evaluation (Two-national level research: OVC Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting; and, Quality of TB services)
- Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (evaluation of a family planning model of care supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
- World Health Organization (WHO) Headquarters (formative research and materials testing for global Adolescent Health [AA-HA] framework)
Testimonial from our work with WHO Headquarters …….
“Most recently, AHEAD was one of seven organisations that was selected in 2016 to conduct qualitative research among very young and vulnerable adolescents as part the formative research for the Global Accelerated Action for the Health of Adolescents (AA-HA!) Framework. As the qualitative consultant for the project, I was especially impressed that AHEAD was selected from a pool of over 75 organizations from across six world regions to conduct this research. To offer a bit of background, The Global AA-HA! Framework document is currently being developed by WHO and partner organizations to provide guidance to countries for developing a coherent national plan for improving the health of adolescents. The team from AHEAD not only carried out the research successfully among the various adolescent health groups, but also greatly contributed to the overall understanding about the specific health needs among adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa”.
– Dr Kristin Mmari,
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health & Qualitative Consultant to WHO on the AA-AH! Framework, 29 July 2017