An India woman in blue PPE stands between a man and a woman both wearing face masks

Health systems in a crisis – learning from Covid-19 and how to build a stronger and more resilient health workforce

Jun 3, 2021

Oxford Policy Management explores the effect of Covid-19 on Indian health workers and recommends policies for a resilient health workforce

An African women and man sit on a hospital bed while a man sits on a chair, staring at the camera

The concept and assessment of health systems strengthening

May 25, 2021

In this blog post Lynda Keeru reflects on the ReBUILD for Resilience webinar, ‘Getting on the same page: the concept and assessment of ‘health systems strengthening’

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Getting on the same page: the concept and assessment of ‘health systems strengthening’

Apr 8, 2021

Details of a ReBUILD for Resilience webinar on the concept and assessment of health systems strengthening

Old woman in blue headscarf sitting on the ground cradling a sleeping girl and boy

Until the daylight comes

Mar 30, 2021

A Syrian volunteer health educator in Beqaa, Lebanon recounts her moving story – part of a ReBUILD study into close-to-community workers and COVID-19,

Five women sit on a bench outside a ‘Treatment room’ and ‘Consultation room’. They are brightly clothed, smiling and holding three babies.

ReBUILD and performance-based financing – the story continues

Mar 18, 2021

ReBUILD generated a lot of important work on performance-based financing in fragile and conflict-affected settings, and the team is continuing to push forward this field

Diagram showing health services and system challenges to people with disabilities

How can we conduct disability-inclusive health system research?

Mar 17, 2021

Wesam Mansour reflects on ReBUILD for Resilience’s webinar on developing disability-inclusive health system research and the lessons taken from the session

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Welcome to our new website

Mar 1, 2021

How do you create a website for an international research consortium? Who and what are your considerations? Are those considerations different to any other website? The ReBUILD for Resilience team explains their thinking.

Infographic in blue and orange showing that people with disabilities have the same health care needs as others but are 2x likely to find health care skills and facilities inadequate, 3x more likely to be denied health care, and 4x more likely to be badly treated in the health system

Disability-inclusive health systems in fragile & shock-prone settings

Feb 24, 2021

People with disabilities are underserved by health systems in low- and middle-income countries and their needs are largely unmet. This blog post summarises a ReBUILD for Resilience webinar on this topic.

Supporting health system resilience – if not now, when?

Dec 10, 2020

On Universal Health Coverage Day 2020, Sophie Witter considers the COVID-19 pandemic, the global background of ongoing conflict and shocks which affect millions of the world’s poorest people, and health system resilience.

African man in PPE takes the temperature of a woman with a baby on her back

Women’s health and gender inequalities – 25 years on from Beijing

Dec 1, 2020

The BMJ recently published a Collection on Women’s Health and Gender Inequalities. Nick Hooton reflects on some of the key messages shared at the launch meeting for this new collection, at a session of the recent World Health Summit 2020.

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