Summary of ReBUILD’s cross cutting and synthesis non peer-reviewed outputs, eg videos, briefs, infographics etc
ReBUILD, gender and intersectionality – about the health systems research programme, predecessor of ReBUILD for Resilience
ReBUILD and human resources for health – explore the health systems research programme, predecessor of ReBUILD for Resilience
ReBUILD and health financing – about the health systems research programme, predecessor of ReBUILD for Resilience
Socio-cultural change in conflict and post conflict settings: five decades of giving birth in Cambodia
Research explores the changing experience of giving birth in Cambodia over 53 years of conflict, privation, invasion & civil unrest
Les systèmes de santé après un conflit – éléments probants en faveur de meilleures politiques et pratiques
Ces documents de synthèse décrivent les thèmes principaux issus des recherches de ReBUILD, ainsi qu’un aperçu du programme et de son large éventail de projets de recherche jusqu’en 2016.
A summary document giving an overview of the projects and research themes which have made up ReBUILD’s work.
Details of all outputs from ReBUILD’s work on gender and post-conflict health systems.
This policy brief reviews key dimensions of sustainability and their relevance for crisis-affected settings, then presents lessons for encouraging sustainability in these settings.
This briefing note presents findings from ReBUILD’s research in Cambodia on the demographic and distributional impacts of conflicts and implications for health systems.
Presentation given by Bandeth Ros at the 5th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Liverpool, on Wednesday 10th October 2018.
Sreytouch Vong on a study into career progression amongst women in the post-conflict Cambodian health system
This summary of ReBUILD’s research projects from both the original phase and the short extension phase of the programme. It includes links to further information on the projects and their outputs.
Internal contracting of health services in Cambodia: drivers for change and lessons learned after a decade of external contracting
ReBUILD paper on health contracting models in Cambodia since 2009. Includes lessons on the Special Operating Agencies model of contracting.
Presentation given by Professor Sophie Witter on 17th May 2018 for the American University of Beirut Global Health Institute’s Webinar series: “Global Health and Conflict”. This webinar theme: Health Systems in Situations of Fragility.
A paper from ReBUILD exploring the gendered experiences of health workers in fragile and post-conflict states
Why do people become health workers? Analysis from life histories in four post‐conflict and post‐crisis countries
Paper from ReBUILD’s health worker incentives research looking at motivation to join the profession in Uganda, Sierra Leone, Cambodia & Zimbabwe.
How do health workers experience and cope with shocks? Learning from four fragile and conflict-affected health systems in Uganda, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Cambodia
Paper draws together lessons from ReBUILD’s research on health worker incentives in northern Uganda, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Cambodia.
Health financing in conflict-affected and post-conflict settings: Resources from ReBUILD’s work
This 2017 paper describes the findings from ReBUILD’s research in Cambodia as part of the health financing research strand
This brief describes findings from research conducted by RinGs and ReBUILD on women’s leadership in the health sector in Battambang province, Cambodia
This paper draws on ReBUILD’s research to understand key issues inhibiting health systems strengthening in fragile settings
Incentives for health workers to stay in post and in rural areas: findings from four conflict- and crisis-affected countries
ReBUILD report presents a cross-cutting analysis into health worker incentives in post-crisis northern Uganda, Sierra Leone, Cambodia & Zimbabwe
This 2017 paper from ReBUILD and the RinGs programme explores gender and leadership in the health sector focusing on Cambodia, Kenya and Zimbabwe
This paper reports on some of the findings from ReBUILD’s quantitative research into post-conflict health financing policies in Cambodia.
Experiences of using life histories with health workers in post-conflict and crisis settings: methodological reflections
This paper examines the ReBUILD programme’s experience of using life histories to explore health system trajectories coming out of conflict through the eyes of health workers. The paper shows how life histories with health staff can be a very powerful tool, particularly in contexts where routine data sources are absent or weak, and where health workers constitute a marginalized community.
Evolution of policies on human resources for health: opportunities and constraints in four post-conflict and post-crisis settings
This article draws on ReBUILD’s research on human resources for health across four post-conflict settings, shedding light on the patterns and drivers of post-conflict policy-making. It explores whether the post-conflict period offers increased chances for the opening of ‘windows for opportunity’ for change and reform and the potential to reset health systems.
Learning from the experiences of health workers in conflict-affected Cambodia to improve motivation and retention: analysis of life histories
This 2016 ReBUILD working paper looks at the evolution of health worker incentives in Cambodia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zimbabwe
How to promote a resilient health workforce in conflict affected settings – insights from four countries
Combined presentations from a ReBUILD panel session at the 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Vancouver, Canada, on 18th November 2016
This paper draws on ReBUILD’s Responsive Fund project “Obstetric Referral in the Cambodian Health System – What Works?” This project was conducted by the Nuffield Centre for International Health & Development, University of Leeds and Cambodian Development Research Institute.
Poster from RinGs small grant project in Cambodia, presented at the 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 16th-18th November, Vancouver, Canada
Becoming more effective actors for evidence-based health systems policy and practice; Experiences of research, research uptake and capacity-building from the ReBUILD research programme consortium
Poster on ReBUILD’s experiences of research uptake and capacity building at national and international levels
Resources from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives and deployment in post-conflict and post-crisis settings
This document includes details of all outputs from ReBUILD’s work on human resources for health in post-conflict and post-crisis settings.
The evolution of human resources for health policies in post-conflict Cambodia: findings from key informant interviews and document reviews
ReBUILD Working Paper 19. Sovonarith So and Sophie Witter. February 2016. This working paper was an output of ReBUILD’s research into the evolution of health worker incentives in four post-conflict contexts (Cambodia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zimbabwe) in order to understand how to establish equitable access to quality health care in these health systems. The… Read more
Health care seeking behaviour and impact of health financing policy on household financial protection in post conflict Cambodia: A life history approach
This 2015 ReBUILD working paper presents the findings and recommendations from qualitative health financing research in Cambodia
A 2015 ReBUILD workshop report on research into obstetric referral in the Cambodian health system
A Case Study for District Referral Systems: Critical Emergency Obstetric Referral in Cambodia
ReBUILD’s 2014 literature review provides an overview of obstetric referral in the Cambodian health care system
Contracting health services in Cambodia: From external to internal contracting models and its implications
ReBUILD poster from 2014 – Cambodian study of the shift from external to internal contracting models and their implementation
The challenges and opportunities of conducting ethical and trustworthy qualitative research in health systems in post-conflict and fragile contexts: Reflections from a learning community
ReBUILD poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: A qualitative study exploring how to strengthen policy and practice related to health financing and human resource management in post conflict and fragile contexts
The Impact of Health Financing Policies on Household Spending: Evidence from Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey 2004 and 2009
ReBUILD Poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: Cambodian study measuring the combined effects of user fee and health equity fund on household health expenditure
Health seeking behaviour and impact of health financing policy on household financial protection in post conflict Cambodia: A life history approach
Poster of ReBUILD’s qualitative research on health systems financing in Cambodia presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014
Despite gains in life expectancy and increased health expenditure, Cambodia still lags behind neighbours in many health indicators. This article aims to understand variations in efficiency of public health services, and the extent to which changes in efficiency are associated with key health policies that have been introduced to strengthen access to health services over the past decade.
Presentation by Gillian Le on ReBUILD Responsive Fund project on Obstetric Referral in the Cambodian Health System given at internal programme webinar, 9th Sept 2015.
Understanding contracting in Cambodia: findings from interviews with key informants and health service managers and providers
This research report describes findings from the qualitative component of ReBUILD’s research into health contracting in Cambodia Over the last two decades, Cambodia has implemented several policy initiatives and interventions to improve health service delivery. The contracting of services in the health sector has been happening since the late 1990s. Since 2009, an internal contracting… Read more
Understanding Contracting in Cambodia The performance of contracting and non-contracting districts in extending primary health coverage: analysis of secondary data
This research report describes findings from the quantitative component of ReBUILD’s research into health contracting in Cambodia.
A brief outlining the ReBUILD Responsive Fund project on Access to obstetric care and referral in rural Cambodia, produced for the Cambodia Health Researchers’ Forum in November 2015.
This 2015 brief gives a brief outline of the range of ReBUILD’s research in Cambodia, and some of the emerging key findings.
Impact of Health Financing Policies on Household Spending: Evidence from Cambodia Socio-Economic Surveys 2004 and 2009
ReBUILD report into impact of fees, health equity funds, subsidies & vouchers on household health spending in Cambodia.
Catastrophic Payments and Poverty in Cambodia: Evidence from Cambodia Socio-Economic Surveys 2004-11
This 2015 ReBUILD paper estimates the incidence and intensity of catastrophic health payments and their impoverishment effects in Cambodia
This document is a summary of the protocol for ReBUILD’s research on understanding health worker incentives in post-conflict settings. It details the approach used for this research across all four of the study countries. You can download the document here.
Financial incentives for human resources for health: What do we know? What do we do? The case of Sierra Leone
Abstract of an oral presentation given by Maria Paola Bertone at the “Health Services Research: Evidence-Based Practice” conference in July 2014
This narrative literature review is an output of collaborative work between ReBUILD and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) working group on gender, to explore the opportunities and challenges for building gender responsive health systems in post conflict contexts.
Following on from ReBUILD’s study of health contracting arrangements in Cambodia, which concluded that a more robust evaluation of the Special Operating Agency model should be considered, this briefing outlines two options that could be considered for such an evaluation.
This brief provides a summary of ReBUILD’s research done on health contracting in Cambodia, and identifies key points relating to the impact of the Special Operating Agency (SOA) model on service coverage and equity.
ReBUILD consortium presentation from 2013 on contracting in conflict-affected settings: evidence from Cambodia
A REBUILD consortium Country Situation Analysis for Cambodia from 2011