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Political determinants of sexual and reproductive health: Criminalisation, health impacts and game changers
Project | Mar 2016 - Mar 2020
Development actors have increasingly recognised the importance of the political determinants of health. One way in which politics and power ...
Abortion, homosexuality, criminal law, health policy, mental health, political determinants, Uganda, Malawi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia
Project | Feb 2007 - Aug 2008
Tanzania initiated the Local Government Reform Programme in 1996. The objective of the reform is decentralisation by devolution, and to strengthen ...
News | 5 Jul 2005
CMI launches a new research programme on Global Health and Development. Millions of people suffer and die from easily preventable diseases in developing countries. Malfunctioning health systems are at the heart of the problem. The goal of the programme is to increase the knowledge of how health systems in developing countries can be brought to deliver better health services.
Going beyond impact evaluation: Performance-Based Financing of Health Care Provision in Low-Income Countries
Event | 13 Jun 2013
The workshop made real progress in the dialogue between researchers, practitioners and policy makers. The priorities for research were made clearer. Read reports and summaries from the participants.
Journal Article | Jan 2009
Colombia is a country marked by extreme social inequalities and high levels of violence, with a government that has brutally repressed social ...
Understanding Inequalities in Child Health in Ethiopia: Health Achievements Are Improving in the Period 2000– 2011
Journal Article | Sep 2014
Objective: In Ethiopia, coverage of key health services is low, and community based services have been implemented to improve access to ...
Journal Article | Nov 2012
Informal payments—payments made from patients to health personnel in excess of official fees—are widespread in low-income countries. ...
informal payments, , rent seeking, , direct clinical observation, , health worker effort, , Tanzania
Vulnerable populations and the right to health: lessons from the Peruvian Amazon around tuberculosis contro
Journal Article | Jun 2019
In 2014 the World Health Organization (WHO) launched the “End TB Strategy”, setting new ambitious goals for elimination of tuberculosis ...
Project | Dec 2013 - Dec 2015
Operationalizing a rights-based approach to health service delivery (RBA-healthdelivery) is a joint effort by CMI, The World Bank Institute ...
right to health, health system reform, right based approach, health care delivery
Project | Aug 2006 - Mar 2007
A central question in the allocation of scarce resource for health is how to balance the desire to achieve the maximal aggregate health benefit ...
Journal Article | Aug 2010
The shortage of health workers in many low-income countries poses a threat to the quality of health services. When the number of patients per ...
Human resources, Quality health services, Workload, Tanzania
News | 28 Aug 2014
Pneumonia is the biggest child killer in developing countries. Simple medical procedures can improve diagnosis and save lives. Yet, studies show that many clinicians do not perform these procedures. Why?
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2009
The current shortage of health workers in many low-income countries poses a threat to the quality of health services. When the number of patients ...
Health personnel, Tanzania
Edited Book | Mar 2010
This book, co-edited by Harald Mathisen from CMI/U4 describes how corruption is a serious problem for both rich and poor countries, threatening ...
News | 10 Mar 2006
CMI is starting a new research programme on Global Health and Development, with a focus on health economics and health systems research in the South. In order to strengthen our capacity in this field, CMI is seeking a PhD candidate for 3 years with a possible 1 year extension.
Event | 22 Oct 2009
AMREF is an International health development organization based in Africa. The director Dr. Thomas Nzioki Kibua presents the organisation and its work.
News | 20 Sep 2013
"Litigation may be an effective means to secure economic, social and cultural rights," says Camila Gianella. As a result of numerous health rights litigations, the Colombian Constitutional Court ordered extensive structural reforms of the country's health system.
Programme | Jan 2006 - Dec 2009
What can be done to deal with Africa's acute shortage of health workers? What are the relationships between health and economic development? ...
Economist specialising in global health research
Human resources for health, quality of health services, health systems, vaccination, results based financing, priority setting in health, corruption in health, climate policy, Tanzania, Angola, Malawi, India
Social Psychologist with a research focus on rights-based approaches to health
Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Tuberculosis, Health Systems, Right to Health, Colombia, Mozambique, Peru