Category: Learning site

Claiming local decision space: the Municipal Health Committee in Majdal Anjar

In this AUB video, the ReBUILD for Resilience team in Lebanon present on the claiming local decision space: the Municipal Health Committee in Majdal Anjar

Refugee women in the informal health sector in Lebanon: gendered experiences of close-to-community healthcare providers during the COVID-19 response

This paper explores the lived experiences of men and women close-to-community healthcare providers in Beqaa, Lebanon, examining their gendered experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic

Health Workers – a film

‘Health Workers’ is a film that chronicles the journey of five female health workers who challenge ingrained social norms after relocating from Syria to Lebanon, where they unexpectedly become the sole breadwinners for their families.

Video on the Kapilvastu Learning Site in Nepal

A video from HERD International which introduces the team’s learning site in Kapilvastu Municipality in Nepal

Promoting evidence-based planning by enhancing stakeholders’ understanding of local evidence

A ReBUILD case study on capacity strengthening to encourage evidence-based decision making at the municipal level in Kapilvastu, Nepal

Navigating turbulence: an analysis of Lebanon’s healthcare system resilience during a multi-crisis situation

Fouad Fouad presents an assessment of Lebanon’s healthcare system’s ability to adapt to and withstand various challenges since 2019

From concept to reality: challenges of decentralising healthcare governance in Lebanon

Rouham Yamout speaks on the challenges of supporting the decentralising healthcare via the creation of a Municipal Health Committee in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon.

Process documentation presentation

A presentation on HERD International’s process documentation processes – video and PDF

Building understanding of health system resilience in our Nepal learning site – a case study

A case study of HERD International’s early work at our learning site in Lumbini province, Nepal

Sharing experiential learning from health policy and system research learning sites in diverse settings

Panel discussion reflects on the meaning and practice of ‘learning sites’ to advance health policy and systems research and its application for system strengthening