Sharing information and knowledge guides policy, planning and implementation, and opens up opportunities to discuss and bring about change. ESSPIN helped set up systems to capture, manage and share information and knowledge.
Over the lifetime of ESSPIN, a substantial number of knowledge resources were generated, ranging from technical consultancy reports on a variety of implementation subjects, implementation guidelines produced by the programme to guide future practice, reports of quantitative and qualitative research, periodic progress reports to provide information and communication materials for mobilisation and advocacy. These resources were generated to be fully accessible to implementation partners and the public. They are available on this site in the Resource Centre and ESSPIN Documents and within state based repositories to ease access for partners who lack facilities for efficient document storage and retrieval.