Global Health Administration Partners (GHAP) is the consulting arm of Global Health Ministries. GHAP's purpose is to partner with faith-based health systems in developing countries to enhance their governance, leadership and management.
GHAP's vision is to build a worldwide network of health administrators dedicated to creating, supporting and maintaining sustainable faith-based health facilities. GHAP intends to establish or enhance long-term relationships with faith-based health facilities to improve those facilities' long-term ability to provide health care to their communities.
What does GHAP do?
Click on the pins to explore current GHAP Consulting projects in the corresponding country.
GHAP assesses the current state of administration and provides recommendations for appropriate infrastructure development, tools and training for the Partner health systems. Assistance is in areas such as governance, leadership and leadership development, strategic planning, operational efficiency, financial management, human resource management and materials management. GHAP intends to build long-term working relationships with each international partner, recognizing that organizational change takes patience and perseverance.
GHAP works by invitation from leaders of overseas health systems and/or churches. Based on location and partner-defined need, GHAP assembles a team of volunteer consultants to conduct a 5-10 day on-site assessment with follow up recommendations.
GHAP consultants work with the partner to create a schedule for repeat on-site work including evaluation of progress and further recommendations and training. GHAP consultants will maintain contact between on-site visits via email, phone and Skype to expand relationships, encourage leaders and answer questions.
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