Support for Improvement Science (SIS)

The overall objective of SIS is to foster improvements in a range of health care processes, and to document these improvements with evidence of change in quantitative indicators of quality, based on the application of modern QI methodologies by host country providers and managers.

QI interventions,

regardless of their level of success, should be accompanied by documentation of how they were carried out, in sufficient detail to allow providers in another health system to design and implement a similar intervention.

In addition to supporting the implementation of QI, SIS should also support a range of activities designed to study and improve the application of QI methods in LMICs by generating new knowledge.

The central purpose of SIS is to build the capacity of host country health systems to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, patient-centeredness, safety, accessibility, and equity of the services that they provide.

In order to do this, the recipient should draw on improvement methodologies selected on the basis of evidence.

In addition to demonstrating objective evidence of improvements in health care, the recipient will also demonstrate progress in measures of:

the degree to which improvement has been institutionalized as an integral part of health care; b.

the sustainability of improved practices; and c.

the successful scale up or spread of health care improvements.
Related Programs

USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas

Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: USAID

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
To be eligible for the Cooperative Agreement under this RFA, an organization must: 1.

Be a U. S. PVO, a U. S. NGO or a local NGO.


U. S. PVOs - U. S. non-governmental organizations that meet the Conditions of Registration as outlined in 22 CFR 203; To register with USAID as a U. S. PVO, please refer to USAID‘s website at, USAID Keyword: PVO Registration, or for complete information and guidance; b.

U. S. NGOs - other U. S. non-profit NGOs that do not meet the definition of a U. S. PVO, as well as U. S. commercial organizations; c.

Non-U. S. NGO – either non-profit or for profit, that are not affiliated with a foreign government; and d.

Must be able to meet the eligibility criteria in 22CR228, sub-part D 2.

Individuals are not eligible to apply.

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