Research for stronger health systems during and after crisis

Briefs

A STRONG PUBLIC HEALTH SECTOR KEY FOR HEALTH SYSTEM RESILIENCE IN GULU DISTRICT, NORTHERN UGANDA
A window of opportunity for reform? The case of policy on human resources for health in Sierra Leone after the conflict (2002-2012)
Aid Effectiveness assessment
Attraction and retention of Health Workers in Northern Uganda: Implications for faster reconstruction and Universal Coverage?
Benefits of Social Network Analysis for District Performance Assessment
Building a motivated health workforce – During and Post Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone
Building on our Assets – What works in Cambodia’s obstetric referral system?
Evaluating the impact of the Special Operating Agency
Evidence and proposals for advancing equity and universal coverage of health services in Zimbabwe
Evidence for supporting a skilled health workforce for all in Sierra Leone
Evidence submitted to High Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth
Exploring the remuneration of primary healthcare workers: findings on incomes and income use strategies in Sierra Leone. What lessons can be learnt to design effective financial incentives?
From public to private and back again: Lessons Learned from Internal Contracting in Cambodia
Health financing and the budgets of the poor in Zimbabwe Implications for Universal Health Coverage
Health systems after conflict – evidence for better policy and practice
Health systems during and after crisis: evidence for better policy and practice
Incentives to improve health workers’ retention and motivation: implementation challenges and informal practices at district level. The role of DHMTs and NGOs
Joint submission to APPG-Africa Inquiry into Community-led health systems and the Ebola outbreak
Key messages from ReBUILD Research in Uganda
Maintaining an effective health workforce during and after conflict: Evidence from ReBUILD’s research in northern Uganda
Managing the Ebola epidemic in Uganda 2000-2001
Managing the health workforce after a conflict: a review of research and knowledge gaps
Northern and Southern Uganda: The Political Economy of Maternal Health Care Policy Reform after a Regional Conflict in a Fragile State
Outputs from the project Health Workers’ Remuneration, Incentives and Accountability in Sierra Leone
ReBUILD Progress Update February 2015
ReBUILDing Health Systems Beyond Health Facilities
Research to inform health systems development - An overview of the ReBUILD RPC in Cambodia
Resources from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives and deployment in post-conflict and post-crisis settings
Resources from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives in Sierra Leone, and on health worker experiences during the Ebola outbreak
Short introduction to our work in Sierra Leone, July 2011
Short introduction to our work in Uganda, July 2011
Short introduction to our work in Zimbabwe, August 2011
Short introduction to ReBUILD project November 2012
The challenge of retaining health workers in Zimbabwe: findings from ReBUILD research
The challenge of retaining health workers in Zimbabwe: Implications for Universal Health Coverage
The Health Worker Incentives: Uganda Briefing
The policy brief on Benefits of Social Network Analysis for District Performance Assessment
Thematic Working Group on Health Systems in Fragile & Conflict Affected States - Flyer
Update on work in Uganda, April 2013
Working towards Universal Health Coverage in post-conflict environments