Health systems after conflict – evidence for better policy and practice
ReBUILD is very pleased to launch this new set of briefs: Health systems after conflict – evidence for better policy and practice.
These briefs outline the main themes which have come from ReBUILD’s research, as well as an overview of the programme, its research projects, and how the themes developed from these.
- The ReBUILD programme and emerging themes for health systems strengthening in post-conflict and post-crisis settings
- Health financing policy in conflict affected settings - lessons from ReBUILD research
- Establishing a responsive and equitable health workforce post-conflict and post-crisis - lessons from ReBUILD research
- Institutions for strong and equitable health systems after conflict and crisis - lessons from ReBUILD research
The three themes – Communities, Health workers and Institutions – are linked and interdependent, but an overarching understanding and interlinked approach in these three areas of the post conflict context will make an essential contribution to building responsive and resilient health systems.
These briefs are being officially launched on 13th December at a stakeholder engagement event – Health after conflict – Rebuilding the system.