HRC REPORT: This report provides an overview of the financial issues around Global health partnerships,macroeconomic stability, aid dependence and sustainability of related health initiatives.
HRC REPORT: DFID commissioned a substantial, evidence-based assessment of the impact of the Global Health Partnerships (GHPs) with which DFID engages at both global and country level, drawing out best practice principles to guide DFID’s future engagement.This synthesis report summarises key findings from a series of component studies which in practice covered a wider range… Read more
HSRC REPORT: This study describes the current context relating to access to medicines in Kenya , which currently obtains medicines from domestic and international sources. It also outlines the influence of TRIPS on availability of essential medicines in health centers in Kenya. It looks at how TRIPS flexibilities influence the importation of specific drugs and… Read more
HSRC REPORT: This note summarises the main issues and recommendations made at a DFID workshop in 2004. The workshop consisted of a discussion of the findings from an independent review of DFID’s social marketing services in the health sector, in 2003.
HSRC REPORT: This report provides an overview of the implications of international recruitment of health workers to the UK.
HSRC REPORT: This review examined for 6 African countries, the country based poverty reduction strategy paper (PRSP) documentation and the associated World Bank/IMF HIPC (Heavily Indebted Poor Countries) documentation for human resources for health content. These documents were supplemented with other relevant country documents such as health strategies.
HSRC REPORT: This paper outlines how health policy and strategy are addressed in PRSPs (Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers), and suggests roles for external partners, such as DFID, in the country-owned PRSP process.
HSRC REPORT: This paper has provides background information on the concept of SWAps (Sector Wide Approaches) and their implementation for policy makers, donor agency staff and health professionals. The paper attempts to encapsulate the main conceptual and practical issues involved in SWAp development.
IHSD REPORT: A review of Pakistan’s experience in developing and implementing the Social Action Programme, a social sector investment programme. It also discusses how SAP came about, how it operates, what is known about its impact to date and options for the future.