The Horn of Africa region has endured decades of destruction and human suffering due to long and interrelated wars. Moreover, conflict in one country tends to affect its neighbours, mainly through the flow of refugees and weapons.
Namibia aspires to a standard of living comparable to that of developed countries by the year 2030.
Impact of out-of-pocket expenditures on families and barriers to use of maternal and child health services in the Lao People's Democratic Republic : evidence from the Lao expenditure and consumption survey 2007–2008
Women and children are inadequately covered by basic healthcare services.Published date2012
Journal articlesTRUST HEALTH SYSTEM PROGRAMME OWNERSHIP TASK PERFORMANCE AND ANALYSIS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS QUALITY OF WORKING LIFE JOB SATISFACTION CAREGIVERS
Exploring the influence of trust relationships on motivation in the health sector : a systematic review
Motivational factors identified as linked to trust include respect; recognition, appreciation and rewards; supervision; teamwork; management support; autonomy; communication, feedback and openness; and staff shortages and resource inadequacy.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2015 - 05:00
Journal articlesHEALTH-CARE DELIVERY HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT MEDICAL STAFF CAREGIVERS MEDICAL EDUCATION INSTITUTION BUILDING TRAINING PROGRAMMES E-LEARNING COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
Building capacity to develop an African teaching platform on health workforce development : a collaborative initiative of universities from four sub Saharan countries
Health systems in many low-income countries remain fragile, and the record of human resource planning and management in Ministries of Health very uneven.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00