Zambia and Health
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- Fighting maternal and child malnutrition: analysing the political and institutional determinants of delivering a national multi-sectoral response in six countries: a synthesis paper
- A. Mejía Acosta; J. Fanzo / Institute of Development Studies, Sussex [ES], 2013
- Governance is a critical yet understudied component in the nutrition agenda, according to this paper’s authors. The paper uses a political economy approach to examine questions around the progress or lack thereof toward nutritio...
- The Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI 2012)
- D. Te Lintelo; L. Haddad; R. Lakshman / Hunger and Nutrition Commitment Index, 2013
- The 2012 HANCI report finds that low income countries like Malawi and Madagascar and lower middle income Guatemala, are leading the charge against hunger and undernutrition, whilst economic powerhouses such as India and Nigeria are fa...
- Assessment of wellbeing in Zambia
- S. White (ed); S. Gaines (ed); S. Jha (ed); N. Marshall; E. Graveling / Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways, University of Bath, 2012
- This report sets out the 'pre-story' of the Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways research partnership's approach to wellbeing assessment and highlights findings that in Zambia, while economic status makes the greatest difference to inn...
- Safe drinking water: who is willing to pay the price?
- C. Chapoy (ed); C. Null / International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2012
- This briefing, the second issue of the Evidence Matters series, distills policy relevant evidence from a recent 3ie systematic review ‘Willingness to pay for cleaner water in less developed countries". The review summarises rese...
- Needs, challenges and opportunities: adolescents and young people living with HIV in Zambia
- C. Haamujompa / International HIV/AIDS Alliance, 2011
- The aims of this qualitative study, carried out in 2010, were twofold. The first was to explore and document the psychosocial, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents (10-19) living with HIV in Zambia. The second aim...
- How HIV/AIDS scale-up has impacted on non- HIV priority services in Zambia
- R. Brugha / BMC Public Health, 2010
- Much of the debate as to whether or not the scaling up of HIV service delivery in Africa benefits non-HIV priority services has focused on the use of nationally aggregated data. This paper analyses and presents routine health facility...
- How ICTs can be used in Africa to develop and deliver continuing medical education to rural healthcare workers
- S. Ntiro; J. Mrema / International Institute for Communication and Development, 2003
- This report presents some of the background materials prepare for the meeting held in April 2003 and coorganised jointly by IICD, Cordaid and CEDHA jto explore ways in which ICTs can be used to develop and deliver continuing medical e...
- An assessment of mental health policy in Ghana, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia
- E. Faydi / Health Research Policy and Systems, 2011
- Approximately half of the countries in the African Region had a mental health policy by 2005, but little is known about quality of mental health policies in Africa and globally. This paper reports the results of an assessment of the m...
- Reducing HIV response funding in difficult economic times is counterproductive
- M. Podmore; G. Mburu; B.J. Nieuwenhuys / International HIV/AIDS Alliance, 2012
- In November 2011, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) announced that its next scheduled funding round was cancelled. This report draws on recently collected field data from numerous countries wher...
- Food security and gender insights
- S. Turrall (ed) / Knowledge Services, IDS, 2012
- This issue of insights shows how development policy and practice can potentially improve food security while supporting women’s empowerment. They can focus on women’s critical role as food producers, consum...