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ResultsinHealth is a woman-owned and managed International development advisory firm, based in the Netherlands. We have two divisions: Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) and the Impact Team. PSM focuses on quality assurance for the pharmaceutical supply chain, while the Impact Team offers services in monitoring and evaluation (M&E), operational research and capacity building.
We were founded many years ago by two physicians interested in increasing effective disease prevention and improving access to health care and the overall wellbeing of target populations. As ResultsinHealth grew, we created our M&E division, which we call the Impact Team. The two divisions work to strengthen health systems and accurately monitor and evaluate the progress and results of health and non-health programs.
We have a range of in-house expertise in areas such as Pharmaceutical Supply Management, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Gender and Social Inclusion. Our staff carry out short- and long-term assignments working closely with an extensive pool of highly qualified and trusted associates.
We are active globally: over the last two years our PSM and Impact Teams have worked in more than 50 countries, working for governments, international and local NGOs, and multilateral institutions.
By 2029, ResultsinHealth’s contribution to improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations around the world will be recognized globally.
ResultsinHealth’s Procurement and Supply Chain Management (PSM) Team assists clients and national partners around the world to strengthen national health systems in the area of pharmaceutical supply chain management, strategic supply chain reviews and improvements. With our partner PricewaterhouseCoopers, we act as PSM specialists to the Local Fund Agent for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, providing risk assurance and oversight services in more than 50 countries since 2003.
Why does ResultsinHealth call our division that provides Monitoring and Evaluation, Training and Operational Research the Impact Team? Simply put, we have a laser focus on helping organizations understand how to measure impact, and design impactful programming, starting with relevant Theories of Change.
We use cutting edge qualitative evaluation tools to assess projects once underway or completed. Click to learn more about the Impact Team’s work in Monitoring and Evaluation, Operational Research, Capacity Building and Gender Equality.