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Journal Article | Jan 2008
Background: Maximising health as the guiding principle for resource allocation in health has been challenged by concernsabout the distribution of health ...
health care rationing, ethics
Angola Brief | Jun 2011
A statistical survey of health facilities and households in Luanda and Uíge has confirmed that strong inequalities persist between provinces in ...
CMI Brief | Sep 2011
Is right-to-health litigation a suitable strategy for advancing the right to health, or does it reinforce inequalities and undermine health authorities in ...
Project | Jan 2000
Alf Morten Jerve, deputy director at CMI, led an international team of consultants that evaluated Sida's aid during the past 10 years to the health sector ...
Aid, health sector, Sida, Asia: Vietnam
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 health worker ...
Human resources, Quality health services, Workload, Tanzania
Edited Book | Oct 2011
The last fifteen years have seen a tremendous growth in the number of health rights cases focusing on issues such as access to health services and essential ...
Angola Brief | Jun 2012
In Angola, every tenth child dies before the age of one. 40% of these deaths happen within 28 days of birth. Angola has among the highest maternal and ...
News | 23 Sep 2011
Low health worker performance is a key obstacle to achieving the health-related Millennium Development Goals. While a lack of knowledge, equipment and medicine have been seen as the major challenges, a recent study pinpoints poorly motivated health workers as an important contributing factor to low quality health care in low-income settings.
News | 7 Nov 2011
Tanzanian health workers do not convert enough of their knowledge into practice. As a consequence, patients are inadequately examined. Building a stronger professional ethic could urge health workers to raise their standards.
News | 30 May 2013
Less than 10 percent of money spent on health research is spent on diseases that primarily affect 90 percent of the world's population, including the poorest. Are even the meager 10 percent spent wisely? No, says Professor David Sanders and argues that a fear of stepping into the realm of politics makes global health actors and donors prioritise wrongly.
News | 31 Mar 2014
This new project is the first to study national implementation of results-based financing in the health sector in a large country.
Event | 24 Nov 2015
Many experts see the introduction of results based financing (RBF) schemes as an opportunity to strengthen, or even reform, health systems; however, they are also a potential source of new risks and challenges that are not well understood.
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
This evaluation gives a broad description of Sida's support to SRHR, but lack comprehensive analysis and innovative proposals. One general conclusion ...
Aid evaluation, Health conditions, Reproductive rights
U4 Brief | Dec 2009
Training and education programmes which deal with the topic of corruption and health can help change the way people approach their jobs as public administrators ...
anti-corruption, health sector
Book Chapter | Dec 2010
Anticorruption in the Health Sector brings practical experience to bear on anticorruption approaches tailored specifically to health. The contributors, ...
Book Chapter | Oct 2011
Litigating for medicines: How can we assess impact on health outcomes? Ole Frithjof Norheim and Si
Book Chapter | Oct 2011
Power, suffering and courts: Reflections on promoting health rights through judicialization Alicia
CMI Brief | Oct 2011
A study of diagnostic effort documents low worker effort in both churchbased and government health facilities. Despite a strong perception among ...
CMI Report | Nov 2011
The Service Delivery Indicators (“the Indicators”) provide a set of metrics for benchmarking service delivery performance in education ...
Global health and development, Tanzania, Senegal
Journal Article | Nov 2012
Informal payments—payments made from patients to health personnel in excess of official fees—are widespread in low-income countries. It is ...
informal payments, , rent seeking, , direct clinical observation, , health worker effort, , Tanzania