Table 3: Identified stakeholders (Main).

Stakeholder Main objective Interventions
ICAP Nursing Education Partnership Initiative (NEPI) To improve production, quality and relevance of nurses and midwives to address essential population-based needs, including HIV and other life threatening conditions Teaching and learning infrastructure
- - Faculty capacity for designing and delivering relevant, quality education
Access to quality teaching/learning in the classroom and clinical contexts
Education management capacities of faculty and support staff
Innovative models and practices for nursing and midwifery programs
Evidence-base for strategic, education, management decision-making
Ability of regional and local organizations and partners to provide technical assistance and capacity building support for nursing and midwifery professional development activities within existing systems
Leadership, administrative and financial competencies of key faculty, administrative staff and institution
Clinton Health Initiative (CHAI) To work with governments to address this massive shortage and produce high quality, sustainable healthcare systems. Health education infrastructure
- - Health workforce management necessary to produce high quality, sustainable healthcare systems.
Funding salaries of additional lecturers
GAIA To build health systems by addressing human resource shortage Funding educations of nursing students
- - Train health care professionals in updated antiretroviral therapy (ART) protocols, Basic Emergency Obstetric Care, Triage, and improved Clinical Instruction
MCHIP To strengthen the country's health systems Capacity building through training of midwives and preceptors in BEnONC
Mentorship training programs concentrated on pre-service education
International Training & Education Centre for Health (I-TECH) To support efforts to strengthen the national health system. Drawing on expertise from I-TECH’s global network, Quality improvement; program assessments; and support for information systems.
- - Providing technical assistance for curriculum revision and standardization, monitoring and evaluation,
Norwegian Church AID (NCA) To strengthen health services in Malawi in order to decrease maternal and child mortality. College infrastructure development
- - Capacity building through training of tutors in research methods, teaching methods,
Strengthen college management systems
Provision of teaching and learning resources

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