Since the early 1990s, countries have achieved much to decrease child mortality and morbidity. Despite these improvements, there is still much to be done to offer quality, affordable and evidence-based child health services globally. Improving the quality of services and strategies for child health can increase access to and utilization of life-saving services, making major strides for reducing global child morbidity and mortality. The Quality Improvement of Child Health Group will aim to accelerate the discussion around advocacy for improving child health quality of care. Chaired by the Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), USAID's flagship program for maternal and child health, this Community of Practice will act as a platform to share, discuss and disseminate information about Quality Improvement of Child Health globally.