Institute for International Programs
The Institute for International Programs (IIP) is a network of multi-disciplinary researchers, educators, and advocates in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health who are united by a commitment to improve women’s and children’s health, nutrition, and survival by strengthening public health policies and programs in predominantly low-income countries.
We carry out research, training and advocacy related to
- Improving the quality and availability of data related to mortality, intervention coverage, and related determinants
- Developing data collection, analysis, modeling, and communications tools and systems
- Supporting policy and program planning, implementation research and quality improvement, monitoring and evaluation, and advocacy by governments and development partners
- Conducting large-scale evaluations of primarily public sector programs and multi-country initiatives
IIP prioritizes working in close collaboration with regional and national institutions in low-income countries.
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