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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Prioritizing action on health inequities in cities: An evaluation of Urban Health Equity Assessment and Response Tool (Urban HEART) in 15 cities from Asia and Africa
Prasad A; Kano M; Dagg K; Mori H; Senkoro H; Ardakani MA; Elfeky S; Good S; Engelhardt K; Ross A; Armada F (2015 November)
Themes:
Equity in health
Rural, urban and migrant differences in non-communicable disease risk-factors in middle income countries: A cross-sectional study of WHO-SAGE data
Oyebode O; Pape UJ; Laverty AA; Lee JT; Bhan N; Millett C (2015 April)
Themes:
Equity in health
Rural, urban and migrant differences in non-communicable disease risk-factors in middle income countries: A cross-sectional study of WHO-SAGE data
Oyebode O; Pape UJ; Laverty AA; Lee JT; Bhan N; Millett C (2015 April)
Themes:
Equity in health
In urban South Africa, 16 year old adolescents experience greater health equality than children
Griffiths PL; Johnson W; Cameron N; Pettifor JM; Norris SA (2013 December)
Themes:
Equity in health
Factors Influencing Implementation of Public Health Standards in Selected City Council Markets in Nairobi, Kenya
Kirimi FK (2011 May)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
Mortality and greenhouse gas impacts of biomass and petroleum energy futures in Africa
Bailis R; Ezzati M; Kammen DM (2005 April)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
Health risks and benefits of urban and ‘peri-urban’ agriculture and livestock (UA) in Sub-Saharan Africa
Boischio A; Clegg A; Mwagore D (2006 August)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
PCBs in air, soil and milk in industrialized and urban areas of KwaZulu-natal, South Africa
Batterman S; Chernyak S; Gouden Y; Hayes J; Robins T; Chetty S (2009 February)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
Assessment of environmental and public health hazards in wastewater used for urban agriculture in Nairobi, Kenya
Karanja NN; Njenga M; Prain G; Kang’ethe E; Kironchi G; Githuku C; Kinyari P; Mutua G (2010)
Themes:
Health equity in economic and trade policies
A review of health and hygiene promotion as part of sanitation delivery programmes to informal settlements in the city of Cape Town (South Africa)
Van Wyk R (2009 April)
Themes:
Poverty and health

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