In the 1990s, HHD, together with World Health Organization (WHO), developed the Rapid Assessment and Action Planning Process (RAAPP) for School Health, an approach and package of tools—research instruments, training strategies, data analysis, and action planning techniques—to assess and strengthen a country’s capacity to deliver school health programs. Since 1999, RAAPP has been used in Indonesia, Nigeria, and, most recently, in India. HHD have developed, on behalf of WHO, a Web site that introduces RAAPP, what it is, how to conduct it, and how to get started, supplemented by case studies of implementing RAAPP in Indonesia and Nigeria.
[This project is inactive but is presented here for archival purposes.]
Directors: Cheryl Vince Whitman , Scott Pulizzi
Funder: World Health Organization