DVDs from the Sehat Zindagi initiative available

We have a limited number of boxed DVD sets of the dramas and talk shows available free of charge to public health institutions, medical colleges, nursing and community midwife schools, other training institutions or NGOs focused on maternal and child health. Please contact to request your set.


Thank you and farewell from TRF

After 6 years of working with the governments of Pakistan, TRF closed on 18 February 2015. We have been proud to support the improvement of maternal, newborn and child health by building capacity in policy and strategy, service delivery, procurement, and monitoring and evaluation.

We would like to thank our government partners and donors, as well as the consultants and firms that have worked with us to make the project a success.

TRF+ will build on much of the work achieved by TRF and we look forward to working with many of the same partners over the next 3 years.


New briefing paper on the Sehat Zindagi initiative

Read about the communications initiative entitled Sehat Zindagi designed to support the implementation of the MNCH Programme Communications Strategy. 


Welcome to TRF+

Our new project, TRF+, began its implementation phase on 1 June 2014. 

TRF+ works in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It has been established to support high level political commitment to the health sector through a ‘roadmap approach’, and provision of technical expertise and capacity development.

TRF+ builds upon the progress achieved by TRF, and broadens its thematic areas to cover reproductive health and nutrition. TRF+ is funded by DFID as part of its support to the Provincial Health and Nutrition Programme (PHNP) in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 

This website will now host both projects. Watch this space for updates. 


Press features TRF and TRF+

A meeting on collaboration between the Punjab Department of Health and TRF was covered in the Tribune, 14 May 2014. Follow the links for the article: