Bibliography

This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

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Promoting the Use of Climate Information to Achieve Long-Term Development Objectives in Sub-Saharan Africa: Results from the Future Climate for Africa Scoping Phase
Jones L; Carabine E; Roux JP; Tanner T (2015 February)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
Agenda 2063 Vision and Priorities
African Union (2015 May)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
South African AIDS Activism and Global Health Politics
Mbali M (2013 March)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Monitoring pro-poor health-policy success in the SADC region
Amaya A; Bagapi K; Choge I; De Lombaerde P: Kingah S: Kwape I; Luwabelwa M; Mathala O: Mhehe E: Moeti T: Mookodi L; Ngware Z; Phirinyane P (2015 April)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Community participation in formulating the post-2015 health and development goal agenda: Reflections of a multi-country research collaboration
Brolan CE; Hussain S; Friedman E; Ruano AL; Mulumba M; Rusike I; Beiersmann C; Hill PS (2015 October)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Multi-level pro-poor health governance, statistical information flows, and the role of regional organisations in South America and Southern Africa
Amaya A; Kingah S: De Lombaerde P (2015)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Regional health governance: A suggested agenda for Southern African health diplomacy
Penfold E (2015)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Health Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa
Mooketsane K; Phirinyane M (2015 December)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Universal Health Coverage Assessment: Zambia
Chitah B; Jonsson D (2015 June)
Themes:
Equity in health
Health Governance in Southern Africa
Mooketsane KS; Phirinyane MB (2016 January)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health

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