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Leaving no one behind; how can evidence-based approaches support progress towards UHC and global health goals during conflict and protracted crises?

This briefing paper has been produced ahead of an organised session at HSR2018 - 'Leaving no one behind; how can evidence-based approaches support progress towards UHC and global health goals during conflict and protracted crises?'

The paper outlines the background context of health service delivery in conflict and protracted crises, current developments and initiatives to improve coordination and approaches to support both humanitarian and development objectives, and the challenges and issues for the use of evidence to support these efforts.

It was prepared by Rachel Thompson1, Nick Hooton2 and Katie Bigmore3.

1. Chatham House Centre for Global Health Security

2. ReBUILD Research Programme Consortium

3. Integrity Research and Consultancy.

You can download the briefing paper here.