Category: 2022

The gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings – Myanmar

Report from Burnet Institute Myanmar on the gendered experiences of close-to-community providers during COVID-19

Health system resilience – framing, debates and latest evidence as we start to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic

Round-table webinar discussion on concept and application of health system resilience research, including rethinking in light of COVID-19

Health system resilience during COVID-19 understanding SRH service adaptation in North Kivu

Paper examines the effects of COVID-19 on sexual and reproductive health services in North Kivu and how the health system did or did not adapt to ensure continued services

Monitoring Menstrual Health Knowledge: Awareness of Menstruation at Menarche as an Indicator

Paper which looks at monitoring menstrual health knowledge as an indicator to provide important feedback to direct policies and program

Appraising pay‐for‐performance in healthcare in low‐ and middle‐income countries through systematic reviews: reflections from two teams

Review looking at whether and to what extent pay for performance works, how, for whom, for how long, with which design, and in which context

Health sector policy responses and health workforce management during COVID-19 in Nepal: Lessons for building resilient health systems

Brief on health workforce management in order to address the surge in demand for services during COVID-19 in Nepal

Strengthening coordination for shock preparedness and response: lessons for health system resilience

This working paper from OPM examines the roles played by coordination and partnerships between different stakeholders in supporting health system preparedness and response to shocks

Health financing in fragile and conflict-affected settings webinars

Webinars on health financing in fragile and conflict-affected settings run in collaboration with WHO – one in French, the other in English

Health systems resilience in fragile and shock-prone settings through the prism of gender, equity and justice: implications for research, policy and practice

ReBUILD for Resilience paper on using a conceptual resilience framework to identify actions promoting gender, equity and justice in fragile and shock-prone settings

Supporting community health workers in fragile settings from a gender perspective: a qualitative study

Community health workers are vital in fragile and conflict-affected settings. This paper looks at their gendered experiences in Sierra Leone, Liberia and DRC

Gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings – global document review

Review examines relevant literature on close-to-community providers during the COVID-19 pandemic in fragile and shock-prone settings, applying gender, equity & justice lenses.