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.

The bibliography is compiled by TARSC through contributions from steering committee members, theme co-ordinators, participants in EQUINET programmes and users of this site. We welcome you to contribute materials to the bibliography by sending us information through the feedback form on the publication of the title, author, country, full reference of the publication and url of the paper. You can also admin [at] equinetafrica.org (subject: publication%20for%20the%20bibliography) (email the full paper to us).  We are regularly updating the bibliography and welcome new content. 

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Latest Bibliography Entries

EQUINET Policy Brief 41: Giving new momentum to strategies for retaining health workers
Dambisya Y (2016 September)
Themes:
Human resources for health
EQUINET Information brief: Global emergency financing and health system strengthening
Brown G; Wills O; Loewenson R (2016 July)
Themes:
Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing, Governance and participation in health
Global health diplomacy in east and southern Africa, Report of a Regional Meeting, 8-9 April 2016, Nairobi Kenya
ECSA HC; EQUINET (2016 May)
Themes:
Values, policies and rights, Governance and participation in health
EQUINET brief
EQUINET (2016 June)
Themes:
Equity in health
EQUINET Discussion paper 107: Literature Review: Essential health benefits in east and southern Africa
Todd G; Mamdani M; Loewenson R (2016 May)
Themes:
Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing
Fair Shares: Is CAADP Working?
Howell J; Curtis M; Ross S (2013 May)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Innovations for Health: Use of Appropriate Technologies in Primary Health Care in Zimbabwe - Report of an Assessment
Training and Research Support Centre (TARSC); CBRT (2015)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Does the Distribution of Healthcare Utilisation Match Needs in Africa
Bonfrer I; van de Poel E; Grimm M; Van Doorslaer E (2013 October)
Themes:
Equitable health services
The State of African Cities 2014
UN Habitat (2014 March)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Poverty Reduction and Regional Integration: A Comparative Analysis of SADC and UNASUR Health Policies (PRARI)
Open University; Southampton University; FLASCO; SAIIA; UNU-CRIS (2015)
Themes:
Poverty and health

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