MATCH develops and deploys programs and resources and engages in collaborative partnerships that support strategic community-driven efforts to ensure that all people have a fair chance to be healthy in their homes, schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods. MATCH aims to change practice, focus priorities, and shift power to support shared action on root causes of health and equity. MATCH does this through:
- Training – building capacity on critical practices–including health equity, systems and collaborative leadership lenses–through delivering training, providing technical assistance, and leading learning and action networks
- Engaged Research and Development – supporting data-to-action and developing and sharing scholarship, frameworks, and tools for change
- Alignment – convening and growing alliances for shared action
Angie Allen, Program Director
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New report: 2021 Wisconsin Population Health and Equity Report Card (March 2022)
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