Welcome to the e-Learning module on Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis (CPEA). After completing this module, you will know how to identify inefficiencies by taking a system-wide approach and will learn how to address these inefficiencies through targeted reforms.
Using WHO’s System-wide approach to analysing efficiency across health programmes, you will learn how to unpack health programmes based on their common health system functions – financing, governance, service delivery, and creating resources (e.g. supply chain, information systems, health workers) – to understand how they interact with one another and the overall system, and where inefficiencies can be identified. These cross-programmatic inefficiencies include duplications or misalignments across core health system functions that limit the ability to maintain or increase effective coverage of priority interventions.
This e-learning course comprises six modules which cover a step-by-step guidance on how to engage communities in suicide prevention. Each module covers a particular step in the process of developing, implementing and evaluating an action plan for suicide prevention led from within the community. This course is designed for anyone interested in developing activities to prevent suicide in their local community.