ReBUILD for Resilience

ReBUILD for Resilience examines health system resilience in fragile settings experiencing violence, conflict, pandemics and other shocks.

We are an international research consortium that aims to produce high-quality, practical, multidisciplinary and scalable research which can be used to improve the health and lives of many millions of people.

ReBUILD for Resilience is funded by the UK government.

News and Events

ReBUILD at FCDO’s health system strengthening position paper launch

Dec 14, 2021

News on ReBUILD's attendance at the launch of the UK government's new position paper on health system strengthening

Direct facility financing presentation at Montreux

Dec 9, 2021

Professor Sophie Witter was invited to speak at the Montreux Collaborative meeting - read about the Direct Facility Financing session and her presentation

Resilient health systems: the answer to health threats

Nov 4, 2021

Blog post on the importance of building resilient health system to meet future shocks and threats

Supporting close-to-community health workers in fragile settings requires a gendered approach

Nov 1, 2021

Blog post from Lynda Keeru on the webinar 'Close-to-community providers in fragile settings and vulnerable communities during crisis: Gender and COVID-19'

Uncovering the voices of the most vulnerable and neglected in health systems is important

Oct 5, 2021

Blog post from Lynda Keeru on the RSTMH's President’s Lecture 2021 webinar, looking at neglected countries, communities and conditions

The COVID-19 pandemic and associated catastrophic financial burden: a tragedy still in the making

Jul 27, 2021

Blog post from Oxford Policy Management describing the financial burden faced by everyday people and growing health inequality in India

This project is funded with UK aid from the British people

"Two billion of the world’s poorest people live in fragile and conflict-affected settings and that figure is rising, fuelled by growing inequality, violence, conflicts and other shocks."

Joanna Raven, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine