Yale Global Health Leadership Institute

The Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) develops leadership at Yale and around the world through education and research programs that strengthen health systems and promote health equity and quality of care. GHLI brings together policymakers, practitioners and researchers to foster evidence-based problem solving, inspire leadership and debate critical issues in global health.

GHLI received funding from The Coca-Cola Company to conduct a process evaluation of Project Last Mile, documenting the process of implementation of the initiative, providing feedback to the implementation partners, and identifying key determinants of implementation success and challenges to inform the development and implementation of similar models in other settings.

To date, the GHLI research team has conducted more than 80 key informant interviews with executive and operational staff of each of the partner organizations. The research team also conducted a series of site visits to Tanzanian health facilities to develop a better understanding of the research context and impact of the partnership at the local level.


Photo caption: The GHLI research team visits a health facility in Tanzania.

Photo credit: Christina Yuan
 




 Background Resources

Yale Global Health Leadership Institute: Browse the website of Yale GHLI.

Yale GHLI Brochure: Read how the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute is working to improve health systems globally.

 Partners' Perspectives

We are taking a deep dive to identify factors that make this unique partnership successful. Coca-Cola and their partners have taken a novel idea and turned it into action, and we have the opportunity to learn from that translation.”  -Faculty Director, Yale GHLI