What we do

We share our skills and expertise in these six areas to help low- and middle-income countries to transition from aid, develop skills to spend smarter and to increase access to quality healthcare so they can achieve Universal Health Coverage.

Tackling healthcare challenges

IDSI works with country partners to design and implement health economic analysis, guidelines, quality standards and pathways to tackle major health challenges, such as maternal health, non-communicable diseases, and antimicrobial resistance.

Strengthening health systems and institutions

iDSI embeds best practice principles for developing sustainable institutions and environments for setting priorities in health. This ensures decisions in health and policy are fair, transparent and informed by evidence.

Value for money for sustainable development

iDSI’s approach provides value for money both for country governments to make the most of limited resources, and for funders to provide international aid and development in health and other sectors with a longer-term view.