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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Does socioeconomic inequality in health persist among older people living in resource-poor urban slums?
Falkingham JC; Chepngeno-Langat G; Kyobutungi C; Ezeh A; Evandrou M (2011 June)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Monitoring of health and demographic outcomes in poor urban settlements: Evidence from the Nairobi urban health and demographic surveillance system
Emina J; Beguy D; Zulu EM; Ezeh AC; Muindi K; Elung'ata P; Otsola J; Ye Y (2011 June)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Bringing sexual and reproductive health in the urban contexts to the forefront of the development agenda: The case for prioritizing the urban poor
Mberu B; Mumah J; Kabiru C; Brinton J (2014 December)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Trends in causes of adult deaths among the urban poor: Evidence from Nairobi urban health and demographic surveillance system, 2003-2012
Mberu B; Wamukoya M; Oti S; Kyobutungi C (2015 June)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Achieving universal health coverage in East and Southern Africa: what role for for-­profit providers?
Doherty J (2015 July)
Themes:
Public-private mix
Is time up for WHO? Reform, resilience, and global health governance
Harman S (2014 May)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Essential Medicines Are More Available than Other Medicines around the Globe
Bazargani YT; Ewen M; de Boer A; Leufkens HGM; Mantel-Teeuwisse AK (2014 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services
A quiet revolution in global public health: The World Health Organization’s Prequalification of Medicines Programme
FM‘t Hoen E; Hogerzeil HV; Quick JD; Sillo HB (2014 May)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Leveraging non-binding instruments for global health governance: reflections from the Global AIDS Reporting Mechanism for WHO reform
Taylor AL; Alfven T; Hougendobler D; Tanaka S; Buse K (2014 January)
Themes:
Equity in health, Equitable health services
Multipolarity, Intellectual Property and the Internationalization of Public Health Law
Halabi S (2014 January)
Themes:
Human resources for health

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