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The IMAI-IMCI Alliance provides technical support for implementation and quality improvement in order to strengthen health systems by utilizing the integrated management tools that WHO has developed. The WHO is currently in need of support to assure quality implementation in the large number of countries who are implementing IMAI/IMCI in order to scale up towards universal access to essential services. Most technical support for IMAI implementation is currently provided by south-to-south assistance from experienced countries. However, the need for technical and implementation support is large, and the timetable for rapid scale up is urgent.

The responsibility for development and updating of the WHO integrated management materials including clearance of all new operational guidelines and supporting tools would remain the responsibility of the WHO. WHO would continue to convene expert groups and multiple partners to accomplish this work. IMAI (and IMCI and IMPAC) would remain WHO tools in the public domain, for country adaptation and use. Although the IMAI-IMCI Alliance could provide technical assistance to the development and updating of the tools by contributing individuals and supporting expert review, and field-testing, these would be under the direction of the WHO.

 
 
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