Our Experts

How do the recommendations translate into action?

over 400 experts from 85 organizations

Nine expert groups – or Technical Resource Teams (TRTs) – are carrying the Commission’s recommendations forward, each specializing on a type of commodities or on actions to improve the availability and use of these commodities. The TRTs  are as follows:

The TRTs bring together over 400 RMNCH experts, from 85 organizations. Each team is a consortium of global experts from United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations, government partners and academic institutions.

Meet the experts

The Technical Resource Teams comprise over 500 experts from 85 organizations:

Abt Associates, Accelovate, American Academy of PediatricsAfrican Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), American College of Nurses-Midwives, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Boston University, The Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterClinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), The Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development, Concept Foundation, The Condom Project (TCP), Cupid Ltd, Development Media International (DMI), Drexel University, Gynuity, Family Care International, FHI360, GlaxoSmithKline, Global Alliance to prevent Prematurity and StillbirthHealth Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) based at John Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, Health for All Coalition – Sierra Leone, Health Rights and Education Program, HLL Lifecare Ltd, Instituto de Efectividad Clínica y Sanitaria, JhpiegoAmerican Academy of Pediatrics InternationalInternational Consortium for Emergency Contraception hosted by Family Care International, International Planned Parenthood Federation, IPAS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, John Snow, Inc., MAMA, Management Sciences for Health, MatCH, McCann Health, MacArthur Foundation, Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program, Merck4Mothers, MDG Health Alliance, mHealth Alliance , Micronutrient InitiativeMarie Stopes International (MSI) , the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, Population Action International (PAI) , PATH, Pathfinder International, PFSCM, PMNCH, The Population Council, Population Services International (PSI), Rabin Martin, the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, RESULTS, Samasha Medical Foundation, the United Nations Foundation, the United Nations Population Fund, University Research Company Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems Project, the US National Institutes of Health, US Pharmacopeia’s Promoting the Quality of Medicines Program, Rutgers WFP, Save the Children, Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives Program (SNL), Management Sciences for Health Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services Program, Safe Havens International, Speak Up Africa, SUPPORT/Female Health Company, the UK Department for International Development (DfID), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Universal Access to Female Condoms Joint Programme, University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, the University of Oslo, United States Agency for International Development, USP, Venture Strategies Innovations, VillageReach, the World Health Organization, World Vision International.