This brief gives an overview and an assessment of the Social Network Analysis tool for assessing district health sector performance in Uganda.
Investigating health workers remuneration in Sierra Leone – preliminary results and reflections on methods
Presentation given by Maria Paola Bertone at the 3rd Conference of the African Health Economics and Policy Association (11-13 March, 2014, Nairobi).
ReBUILD’s 2014 literature review provides an overview of obstetric referral in the Cambodian health care system
Increasing access to health services in remote and rural areas through improved retention of health workers: evidence from Sierra Leone
This 2014 poster describes a study on the effectiveness of incentive packages in attracting and retaining health workers in Sierra Leone
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
Equity in Maternal Health Care Services in post-conflict Northern and non-conflict East-Central Uganda: A Comparative Mixed Methods Multi-case study
ReBUILD poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: Mixed method study comparing maternal health care in post-conflict and non-conflict regions of East Central Uganda
ReBUILD poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: Study of the multitude of non-state agencies involvement in the health system, in post-conflict Northern Uganda
Gendered Health Care Coping In Northern Uganda: What Are The Gender And Equity Considerations In Post Conflict Health System Strengthening?
Poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: A study of the extent to which gender is a factor in post conflict health systems
Mobility of health staff during conflict and post-conflict situations in a decentralized system, a case study of Northern Uganda
ReBUILD Poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: Study to understand how the policy of recruitment and deployment under decentralization was implemented and its impact on mobility of health workers over the conflict and post-conflict periods
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 worker remuneration and incentive policies in post crisis Zimbabwe: challenges and Implications for retention of human resources for health
ReBUILD Poster presented at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town 2014: The study examines how incentive environments have evolved during and after the crisis in Zimbabwe
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
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.
2014 ReBUILD report on emerging research findings on patterns & consequences of sexual violence in post-conflict settings, from communities in Liberia.
Report of a ReBUILD desk study to describe the organizational, institutional & governance aspects of health financing in Zimbabwe.
Desk study presenting evidence on the funds pooled in and paid by semi-autonomous institutions funding health in Zimbabwe
ReBUILD desk study from 2014 on the collection, pooling, purchasing, monitoring & governance of tax-based health financing in several African countries
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
Fragile and conflict affected states: report from the Consultation on Collaboration for Applied Health Research and Delivery
Fragile and Conflict Affected States present difficult contexts to achieve health system outcomes and are neglected in health systems research. This report presents key debates from the Consultation of the Collaboration for Applied Health Research and Delivery, Liverpool, June, 2014.
Effective human resource management strategies and policies are critical to addressing systemic effects of conflict on the health workforce. This paper reviews published literatures across three functional areas of HRM in post-conflict settings: workforce supply, workforce distribution, and workforce performance.
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.
A window of opportunity for reform in post-conflict settings? The case of Human Resources for Health policies in Sierra Leone, 2002–2012
This paper draws on ReBUILD’s research to look at the development of policies on human resources for health (HRH) in Sierra Leone over the decade after the conflict (2002–2012).
A window of opportunity for reform? The case of policy on human resources for health in Sierra Leone after the conflict (2002-2012)
The study in this 2014 ReBUILD brief looks at the development of policies on human resources for health in Sierra Leone over the post-conflict decade
A 2014 briefing paper. During conflict, health systems can break down, with clinics and hospitals destroyed and medicine in short supply, leaving people at high risk of disease. Health workers can be targets and many leave the conflict zone. Managing human resources well can help overcome shortages in the health workforce, as well as other… Read more
A 2014 ReBUILD brief on an overview of how social network analysis has been used to explore service delivery networks and resource sharing
A 2014 ReBUILD brief on managing the Ebola epidemic in Uganda 2000-2001 and the importance of a holistic focus on health systems
Produced to coincide with Universal Health Coverage (UHC) day 2014, this briefing note outlines the importance of better understanding health systems in post-conflict settings, and how ReBUILD’s work in this area can contribute towards achieving UHC
Building gender responsive health systems in post-conflict contexts: Opportunities and challenges Presentation given at a Global Health, Policy and Practice session 7 March 2014 Read the full presentation
Living through conflict and post-conflict: experiences of health workers in northern Uganda and lessons for people-centred health systems
This article presents the experiences of health workers who lived through decades of conflict in four districts of northern Uganda. It is based on in-depth interviews, using a life history approach, conducted as part of ReBUILD’s wider work on health workers’ experiences, motivation and incentives during and after conflict.
A 2014 ReBUILD report on health worker incentives in post-crisis settings: policies to attract and retain health workers in rural Zimbabwe
This 2014 ReBUILD report pulls together findings relating to the Free Health Care Initiative (FHCI), as part of ReBUILD’s wider research on the evolution of incentives for health workers in post-conflict Sierra Leone.
This 2014 ReBUILD study examines the evolution of government and donor policies supporting health workers during and after conflict in Uganda
A case study of health service provision in Yobe State, Nigeria in the context of the Boko Haram insurgency
A 2014 ReBUILD case study of health service provision in Yobe State, Nigeria in the context of the Boko Haram insurgency
A Case Study of Technical Assistance to HIV Services in Cote d’Ivoire in the Context of Civil Unrest Following the Disputed Presidential Election of 2010
A 2014 ReBUILD case study of technical assistance to HIV services in Cote d’Ivoire in the during civil unrest
A 2014 ReBUILD report on staffing the public health sector in Sierra Leone, 2005‐11: findings from routine data analysis
Policies to attract and retain health workers in Northern Uganda during and after conflict: findings of key informant interviews
A 2014 ReBUILD report on policies to attract and retain health workers in Northern Uganda during and after conflict
This 2014 ReBUILD study in Sierra Leone used a life history approach to explore health workers’ experiences over time