How should community health workers in fragile contexts be supported: qualitative evidence from Sierra Leone, Liberia and Democratic Republic of Congo
This paper presents evidence from three fragile settings – Sierra Leone, Liberia and Democratic Republic of Congo – on managing community health workers and recommends best approaches to support them
A UHC2030 report from December 2020 on health priorities for COVID-19 response and recovery in fragile settings
Presentation from Professor Sophie Witter at the ‘Health financing priorities in the time of Covid-19?’ session at the Institute of Development Studies in October 2020
A presentation which considers what a health system is, what makes it strong and what we know about effective strengthening interventions
Resilience and inclusion in health (emergency and longer-term approaches with reference to COVID-19)
A UNHCR webinar on refugees’ inclusion in health systems and health system strengthening during the COVID-19 pandemic. Features Professor Sophie Witter.
A research brief which outlines the key principles for promoting resilient health systems in the face of the challenge of Covid-19
These two papers, produced for the World Health Organization, look at health financing policy in fragile and conflict-affected settings – Health financing policy and implementation in fragile and conflict-affected settings and Health financing policy in fragile & conflict-affected situations
Performance-Based Financing, Basic Packages of Health Services and User-Fee Exemption Mechanisms: An Analysis of Health-Financing Policy Integration in Three Fragile and Conflict-Affected Settings
Research looking at whether and how performance-based financing is integrated with national financing strategies, especially in fragile and conflict-affected settings
Results-based financing as a strategic purchasing intervention: some progress but much further to go in Zimbabwe?
Research which empirically and systematically examines how results-based financing impacts on health care purchasing in Zimbabwe
Paper that explores the estimated changes in internally displaced persons’ well‐being having left transit camps in 2006 following armed conflict in Northern Uganda.