Health in developing countries; accountability for health; equitable health systems; infectious diseases; maternal, newborn and child health
What political and institutional conditions are associated with effective poverty reduction and development in Liberia post-conflict, and what can domestic and external actors do to promote them?
This project conducts a randomized controlled trial of two health care policies in a peri-urban region of Bamako, Mali: the provision of free primary care, and regular visits from health workers who teach mothers good practices.
This project aims to maximise the impact of research that has investigated the socio-economic costs of unsafe and safe abortion for women, their households and the Zambian health system.
Proactive community approaches including house-to-house visits combined with health education have been shown to increase tuberculosis case detection. This project seeks ways of building capacity and improving knowledge transfer, changing lives in Ethiopia with impact lessons for other countries.
An impact evaluation of a performance-based financing (PBF) scheme for health care, including basic preventive and curative health care services and HIV/AIDS treatment. The evidence generated will support the Rwandan health community to expand PBF schemes.