Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania : implications for paths to universal coverage
As the management of water resources becomes increasingly complex due to climatic stresses on socio-ecological systems, growing evidence suggests that collaborative governance with meaningful local participation is vital for building institutional
We describe a study to assess the bacteriological quality and safety of meat in Bodija market in Ibadan and to investigate the influence of gender and group membership on food safety.
The aim of the study was to investigate the social and gender determinants of the risk of exposure to Cryptosporidium fromurban dairying in Dagoretti, Nairobi.
This study reports on the adaptation and test-retest reliability of the Neighborhood Environment Walkability Scale in seven sub-Saharan African countries (NEWS-Africa).
This paper estimates the burden of out-of-pocket payments in Kenya, the incidence and intensity of catastrophic health care expenditure and the effect of health spending on national poverty estimates.
The ways in which multi-level participation contributes to adaptive capacity helps formulate a theory of participation based on resilience thinking.
Traditional approaches to collective decision-making among Gabra pastoralists of north central Kenya represent an egalitarian, inclusive and deliberative model that stands in contrast to some aspects of conventional approaches to participation, in
Although use of Maternal Death Review (MDR) is increasing in African countries, effective coverage is still low.