CARIAA’s insights refer to the specific effects of temperature increases in climate change hotspots.
Reports-Published dateTuesday, July 15, 2014 - 04:00
Building a culture of evidence-based planning : a process document; the Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) approach in Bauchi and Cross River States
This paper expands information on the 6 year process and implementation of a successful e-health initiative (to 2014).Published date2014
Catalysing leadership to improve health outcomes for women, adolescents, and children in West Africa
This project aims to strengthen transformative leadership capacities in West Africa to encourage improved institutional and government use of health research and evidence in decision-making.
Information is an intervention that works : results from the Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) in Bauchi and Cross River States (2008 – 2014)
Improving the health of women and children worldwide is central to development.Published date2014
NewsEnvironment Climate changePublished dateWednesday, 12. December 2018 - 15:00
Journal articlesDELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE HEALTH POLICY COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS
The paper contributes to emergent literature on the institutional context of informal health service provision, which is relevant to policy discourse in India, health system reform, and to marginalised populations the world over.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2013 - 05:00
Journal articlesHEALTH ECONOMICS HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH SYSTEM
Health financing reforms have recently received much attention in developing countries. However, out-of-pocket payments remain substantial.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 05:00
Journal articlesHEALTH EXPENDITURE Social Policy Health HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE HEALTH ECONOMICS Poverty HEALTH SYSTEM
Household catastrophic health expenditures : a comparative analysis of twelve Latin American and Caribbean countries
Objective: Compare patterns of catastrophic health expenditures in 12 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Material and Methods: Prevalence of catastrophic expenses was estimated uniformly at the household level using household surveys.Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00