Organizational Capacity Development

We are experienced and trusted leaders in the design and execution of organizational development initiatives, delivering meaningful results that can be measured.

Global Reach II


The HRSA Global Reach II initiative is a five-year, initiative funded up to $100 million, that aims to formulate high quality solutions for HIV control and translate new science related to mitigating the impact of global pandemics in the HIV response.  Under prime partner JHPIEGO, Ata Health is responsible for supporting development and sustainability of peer learning collaboratives of subnational human resources managers, strengthening of human resource information systems and use of HR data, as well as organizational development capacity-building of local public sector HIV organizations for improved performance and sustainability.

Technical Review and Strategic Programming

HRSA/DS Federal

Ata Health has completed numerous program reviews for the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), related to human resources for health under the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.  As a an HRH program reviewer, Ata Health was responsible for assessing implementing partner performance with respect to grant agreement objectives and expectations and to make strategic recommendations for improving performance and impact.  Ata Health conducted desk reviews and led site visits to implementing partner offices, and synthesized findings in program review reports.   Ata Health performed reviews for HRSA's Global Nurse Capacity Building Program, Afya Bora program, Resilient and Responsive Health System's (RRHS) - DRC program, and Resilient and Responsive Health Organizations (RRHO) program

Climate Resilience Workshops for World Bank

Rockefeller Foundation/HR&A

With funding from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Ata Health Principal facilitated a World Bank workshop on climate resilience, for for World Bank representatives from multiple sectors.  The agenda promoted the review of foundational concepts in risk and resilience, identified priority shocks and stresses in focus countries, shared experiences in addressing risk and building reeslience between World Bank teams, and supported action planning for an HD-wide program for resilient social services and delivery systems.