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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Environmental health practices, constraints and possible interventions in peri-urban settlements in developing countries-a review of Kampala, Uganda
Kulabako RN; Nalubega M; Wozei E; Thunvik R (2010 July)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Spatial dimensions of access and public health implications: The case of Dar es Salaam city, Tanzania
Kabuga SB (2012 February)
Themes:
Poverty and health
The Health and Sanitation Status of Specific Low-Cost Housing Communities as Contrasted with those Occupying Backyard Dwellings in the City of Cape Town, South Africa
Govender T (2011)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Time-series analysis of weather and mortality patterns in Nairobi's informal settlements
Egondi T; Kyobutungi C; Kovats S; Muindi K; Ettarh R; Rocklov J (2012 November)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Elevation and cholera: An epidemiological spatial analysis of the cholera epidemic in Harare, Zimbabwe, 2008-2009
Luque Fernandez MA; Schomaker M; Mason PR; Fesselet JF; Baudot Y; Boulle A; Maes P (2012 June)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Status Report on the Sexual and Reproductive Health of Adolescents Living in Urban Slums in Kenya
Beguy D; Mumah J; Wawire S; Muindi K; Gottschalk L; Kabiru C (2013 September)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Public health and environmental challenges in Zimbabwe: The case of solid waste generation and disposal in the city of Masvingo
Musingafi MCC; Manyanye S; Ngwaru K (2014)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Trends in access to water supply and sanitation in 31 major Sub-Saharan African cities: An analysis of DHS data from 2000 to 2012
Hopewell MR; Graham JP (2014 December)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Temporal trends and correlates of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and physical fitness among school-aged children in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review
Muthuri SK; Wachira LJ; Leblanc AG; Francis CE; Sampson M; Onywera VO; Tremblay MS (2014 March)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Temporal trends and correlates of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and physical fitness among school-aged children in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review
Muthuri SK; Wachira LJ; Leblanc AG; Francis CE; Sampson M; Onywera VO; Tremblay MS (2014 March)
Themes:
Poverty and health

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