The human resource implications of improving financial risk protection for mothers and newborns in Zimbabwe
This 2013 paper examines implications for human resources for health of changes in user fees for maternal and newborn health services in Zimbabwe.
2013 ReBUILD literature review on healthcare purchasing arrangements between government & (i) local government & (ii) private providers in Zimbabwe.
Background literature review to inform field work protocol to develop a resource allocation formula for public health resources in Zimbabwe.
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An update on ReBUILD’s work in Uganda from April 2013
This 2013 ReBUILD brief summarises the findings from the life-histories approach used to explore health workers’ livelihoods and coping strategies in Uganda
Health systems in post conflict settings – are they different from other low and middle income countries?
ReBUILD presentation on health systems in conflict-affected states – are they different from in other low and middle income countries? 2013
ReBUILD presentation from 2013 on health systems in conflict-affected states
ReBUILD presentation from 2013 on early work on health worker incentive environments during and post-conflict
ReBUILD consortium presentation from 2013 on contracting in conflict-affected settings: evidence from Cambodia
Notes from a 2013 ReBUILD meeting on the challenges encountered when undertaking qualitative research in post-conflict contexts
This ReBUILD document review summarises the human resources for health context in Sierra Leone in 2013 and post-conflict policies introduced
A ReBUILD consortium report on the he development of humna resources for health policy in Sierra Leone, 2002-2012
Report of ReBUILD’s ‘life history’ study of serving health workers in four districts of the Acholi sub-region in northern Uganda, as part of ReBUILD’s wider work on health worker experiences and incentives during and after conflict.