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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Latest Bibliography Entries

PROGRAMME for the 2021 East and Southern Africa Regional Peoples Health University
EQUINET and PHM (2021 July)
Equity in health
Diss 123: Equity in the public and private health sector responses to COVID-19 in east and southern Africa
Chanda-Kapata P (2021 July)
Public-private mix
Diss paper 122: Youth mental health in the context of COVID-19 in East and Southern Africa: A desk review
Muhia J; Nanji N (2021 June)
Equity in health, Poverty and health, Equitable health services, Governance and participation in health
Dala Kitchen: More than a cookbook
Cape Town Together (CAN) (2021)
Equity in health, Governance and participation in health
Rapid Assessment on the Impact of COVID-19 among Female Sex Workers, Adolescent Girls and Young Women, and Women Living with HIV & AIDS in Uganda
Kyomya M; Mukwaya R; Tushabe J (2020 October)
Equity and HIV/AIDS
Brief: Ensuring access to COVID-19 related vaccines and health technologies in East and Southern Africa
EQUINET: SEATINI and TARSC (2021 February)
Health equity in economic and trade policies, Equitable health services
Information sheet 5 on COVID-19: Pandemic impacts on labour – experience and responses
Values, policies and rights, Health equity in economic and trade policies, Human resources for health, Public-private mix, Governance and participation in health
Using evidence and analysis for an adaptive health system response to COVID-19 in Uganda in 2020
Kadowa I (2020 November)
Equitable health services, Monitoring equity and research to policy
Corona Warriors in Communities
Khanna R (2020 September)
Equity in health, Governance and participation in health
Pandemic, Social Mobilization and Primary Health Care in the City of São Paulo
Coelho VS; Szabzon F (2020 September)
Equity in health, Governance and participation in health


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