Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement and Performance

About IHQIP

The Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement and Performance (IHQIP) is a newly established non-profit organization whose primary goal is improve the quality of health and health care in Somalia. To this end, IHQIP envisions a robust, vibrant, effective and cost efficient health and social service delivery system whose population has a fair chance at improving their quality of life.

Core Values

  • Integrity: commitment to the principles of human rights, social justice, transparency and accessibility.
  • Innovation: encouraging exploration and the use of new ideas to create sustainable improvements in the quality of life among Somali citizens.
  • Effectiveness & Responsiveness: managing resources appropriately, transparently, and with careful consideration to create both maximum and timely benefit.
  • Inclusiveness: embracing diversity and working to empower and engage marginalized groups in the community.
  • Engagement & empowerment: promoting human dignity and strengthening human capacity to build agency among Somali citizens.

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