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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Ensuring that target-driven funding supports and does not harm comprehensive primary health care in east and southern Africa: Brief for regional level
PAROnline community (2019 November)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Ensuring that target-driven funding supports and does not harm comprehensive primary health care in east and southern Africa: Brief for district and national level
PAROnline community (2019 November)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Ensuring that target-driven funding supports and does not harm comprehensive primary health care in east and southern Africa: Brief for local level
PAROnline community (2019 November)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
How does target-driven funding affect comprehensive primary health care in east and southern Africa?
Loewenson R, Kaim B, Thole C, Moyo A, Kabango T, Asibu W, Kalolo P, Machilika N, Mutashobya G, Kijuu B, Abdallah K, Nziramwoyo P, Nampewo S, Serunjogi F, Namukisa R, Nakamya F, Zulu A, Chiwala A, Mwakoi C, Mutasa E, Katsande I, Madzukwa H, Gordon L (2019 September)
Themes:
PAR work, Values, policies and rights, Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing, Governance and participation in health
EQUINET Discussion paper 119: Critical assessment of different health financing options in east and southern African countries
Doherty J (2019 June)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Policy brief 45: Features of domestic revenue sources for universal health systems: a contribution to policy dialogue
EQUINET (2019)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
EQUINET Discussion paper 118: Comparative review: Implementation of constitutional provisions on the right to healthcare in Kenya and Uganda
Centre for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) (2019 March)
Themes:
Values, policies and rights
Responding to inequalities in health in urban areas in east and southern Africa: Brief 5: What does the evidence indicate for advancing urban health and wellbeing?
Loewenson R; Masotya M (2018 December)
Themes:
Equity in health, PAR work, Health equity in economic and trade policies, Poverty and health, Governance and participation in health, Monitoring equity and research to policy
EQUINET Diss 117: Pathways to urban health equity: Report of multi-method research in east and southern Africa
Loewenson R; Masotya M (2018 December)
Themes:
Equity in health, PAR work, Health equity in economic and trade policies, Poverty and health, Public-private mix, Governance and participation in health, Monitoring equity and research to policy
Mapping the constitutional provisions on the right to health and the mechanisms for implementation in Kenya. A case study report,
Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) (2018)
Themes:
Values, policies and rights

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