As we have grown and evolved, so has CORE Group’s range of partnerships. Our areas of expertise are valued more than ever in proposals, on teams and within project strategies.
Knowledge management; neutral, trusted facilitation; global networking. Convener of 70+ member NGOs and associates, universities, advocates and others in our Community Health Network- a group that reaches over 720 million people a year. Leadership in program and learning collaboratives including documentation and dissemination. Technical hub for community health, maternal, newborn and child health, infectious and non-communicable diseases, nutrition, social and behavior change, monitoring and evaluation, equity, program quality, sustainability and scale.
As part of the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program, CORE Group increases linkages between technical experts, global leaders, and community health practitioners to increase program impact. CORE Group is a program learning mechanism for providing innovative ideas and practitioner experiences to MCHIP project strategy and products. CORE Group also rapidly diffuses action-oriented lessons learned, tools, and new opportunities.
CORE Group is also a partner on USAID's Title II TOPS Program: as knowledge managers and conveners, we are overseeing the launch of the new Food Security and Nutrition Network which includes a web portal for knowledge management and facilitation of communities of practices. A private foundation is supporting our Newborn Health Initiative to translate and diffuse technical newborn health guidance for community-based workers through partnerships with global specialists. In another effort, we’re partnering with USAID, the World Health Organization, NGOs and others to develop guidance that supports the expansion of community-based tuberculosis programming. These collaborations represent the depth and breadth of our twelve years of creative collaboration.