Are you a policy-maker or programme managers interested in supporting the development of an implementation guide for home-based records?

Annie Portela


The World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) are collaborating to strengthen implementation of home-based records.  An implementation guide to support countries in reviewing their home-based records is under development; Fuse ForeSight will  be supporting the development process.


As part of this effort, we are seeking policy-makers and programme managers of MNCH, nutrition or vaccine programmes who would like to contribute to the development of simple decision-making tools that would allow country actors to assess the current content of their home-based record as well as operational support by reflecting on some simple questions such as:

  • why have we included this information in the home-based record?
  • who uses this information (women, parent or carer; health provider; health programme data)?
  • what is the cost of including the information in the home-based record?
  • how is the design of a home-based record coordinated at country level?


Your input will involve providing feedback during short zoom calls that we are planning over the next 6 months.


If you are interested in participating, or if you have any questions, please contact Rich Radka (rich@...).


Many thanks in advance for your contribution.