Research for stronger health systems during and after crisis


‘Leaving no one behind’: protecting vulnerable groups in fragile and conflict-affected situations
Adapting official deployment policies for staffing rural areas to build resilient health systems during conflict: lessons from northern Uganda
Becoming more effective actors for evidence-based health systems policy and practice; Experiences of research, research uptake and capacity-building from the ReBUILD research programme consortium
Building a resilient health system post Ebola: voices of health workers from Sierra Leone
Contracting health services in Cambodia: From external to internal contracting models and its implications
Data collection on rural posting /deployment of health workers in post crisis settings: A case of rural Zimbabwe
Difficult Choices in Health Care Decisions Pre, During and Post Conflict in Sierra Leone
Equity in Maternal Health Care Services in post-conflict Northern and non-conflict East-Central Uganda: A Comparative Mixed Methods Multi-case study
Fostering development of sustainable incentive policies for a resilient health workforce: lessons from post crisis Zimbabwe
Gendered Health Care Coping In Northern Uganda: What Are The Gender And Equity Considerations In Post Conflict Health System Strengthening?
Health seeking behaviour and impact of health financing policy on household financial protection in post conflict Cambodia: A life history approach
Health worker experiences of and movement between public and private not-for-profit (PNFP) sectors in post conflict Northern Uganda: Lessons for health system resilience
Health worker remuneration and incentive policies in post crisis Zimbabwe: challenges and Implications for retention of human resources for health
Impact of the policy to freeze posts on the deployment of health workers after the crisis in rural Zimbabwe
Increasing access to health services in remote and rural areas through improved retention of health workers: evidence from Sierra Leone
Mobility of health staffs during conflict and post-conflict situations in a decentralized system, a case study of Northern Uganda
More flexibility in the use of deployment policies: the challenge of retaining health workers in post crisis settings in remote areas of Zimbabwe
Organizational Infrastructure for Service Delivery: A Case Study of Post-conflict Northern Uganda
Supporting community health workers in fragile settings: evidence from Sierra Leone, Liberia and Democratic Republic of Congo
The challenges and opportunities of conducting ethical and trustworthy qualitative research in health systems in post-conflict and fragile contexts: Reflections from a learning community
The Impact of Health Financing Policies on Household Spending: Evidence from Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey 2004 and 2009
The political economy of results-based financing: the experience of the health system in Zimbabwe
Understanding factors that can promote resilience during and after economic crises: how to retain and motivate health workers at rural health facilities in Zimbabwe
What do health workers do, and why? A study of the activities performed by primary healthcare workers in Sierra Leone
Why aren’t women rising to the top? Gender in Cambodia’s Health Workforce and Leadership