Exploring how the rapid expansion of mobile phone usage is impacting on young lives and examines how policy makers can support the positive aspects of change, with studies conducted across Ghana, Malawi and South Africa.
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The impact of mobile phones on young people's lives and life chances in sub-Saharan Africa: a three country study to inform policy and practice
Drawing on published material, gray literature, and personal research, this article explores the implications of growth in mobile phone usage across Africa for patterns of physical mobility, organization of transport services, and the potential for improved transport planning.
Obtaining the Perspective of the Tuberculosis Patients Attending Diagnostic Services in Yemen: A Qualitative Study Employing In-Depth Interviews and Focus Group Discussions
Tuberculosis services were modified in response to the findings from Nepal, Yemen and Ethiopia to promote equitable and increased access to health services for under-served populations, with particular focus on impacts on women.
Obtaining the perspective of the TB patient attending diagnostic services in Yemen: A qualitative study employing In Depth Interviews and Focus Group Discussions