Explore the tools you need
To help you start planning for a highly effective and sustainable HMS program, refer to the programming tools below and reference documents when planning and implementing your program.
Joint Helping Mothers and Babies Survive Implementation Briefs
This suite of six implementation briefs was designed to support teams in implementing Helping Mothers Survive (HMS) and Helping Babies Survive (HBS) learning modules. The briefs help ensure highly effective and sustainable programming by providing an overview of the training approach and implementation guidance. Jhpiego is grateful for the expertise and collaboration of members of the Survive & Thrive Global Development Alliance, including contributions from the American Academy of Pediatrics, University Research Co., Laerdal, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and American College of Nurse-Midwives.
Please click here to download them all together, or follow the links below to download them individually:
Download the Helping Mothers Survive Implementation Guide for in-depth guidance on the HMS approach, program design, planning and implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.
Do you want to self-certify your project as an HMS Program? Check out the instructions outlined in the Program Standards and let us know if your program is self-certified by sharing the form with the HMS Secretariat.
Monitoring and Evaluation Tools
Want to document the progress of health care providers and success of your program? Check out the monitoring and evaluation tools here as a guide for the collection of high-quality data.