HSRC REPORT: This paper reviews the range of tools used in collecting data on health and socioeconomic status and argues that very few of these methods are capable of providing information about the health of the very poor.
Since my first blog on nutrition and Mozambique back in February 2013, parts of the contextual landscape look different while other parts look worryingly familiar. While the floods that devastated the country earlier this year have receded, the Mozambican Medical Association (AMM) has declared a fresh strike, which at the time of writing is entering… Read more
This is the third in a series of three blogs each addressing a specific question on ‘How can governance be strengthened in decentralised health systems’ from the session on District Performance hosted by PERFORM at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 2014 in Cape Town. The PERFORM consortium, funded by the European Union, is… Read more