This paper argues that health financing and entitlement systems linked to employment can actually disadvantage women and explores how that happens
A research brief which outlines the key principles for promoting resilient health systems in the face of the challenge of Covid-19
These two papers, produced for the World Health Organization, look at health financing policy in fragile and conflict-affected settings – Health financing policy and implementation in fragile and conflict-affected settings and Health financing policy in fragile & conflict-affected situations
Research from ReBUILD and partners on identifying evidence on effective health systems strengthening approaches in different contexts
Paper reflecting on undertaking a health systems strengthening review, drawing out suggestions on definitions and approaches to assessment, plus key conclusions
Presentation (video and slides) given by Professor Sophie Witter on a report on health systems strengthening
Political economy approaches to explore PBF’s adoption, adaption and implementation in fragile settings
Presentation given by Maria Bertone at the International Health Economics Association congress in Basel July 2019
Paper from ReBUILD looking at literature on health systems financing in fragile and conflict-affected settings and how it has changed in 2012-19
Three presentations on performance-based financing filmed during the 2018 Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research
Presentations recorded during the session ‘Leaving No One Behind – how can evidence-based approaches support progress towards UHC and global health goals during conflict and protracted crises?’, part of the Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in October 2018 in Liverpool.
Professor Sophie Witter speaks about health financing in fragile and conflict-affected states
Professor Sophie Witter speaks about performance-based financing as a way to build strategic purchasing in fragile and conflict-affected states.
This brief outlines the meaning of health system research capacity, the particular needs for such research capacity in crisis-affected settings, and key lessons for future policy, building on the broad experience of the ReBUILD Consortium and tacit knowledge of the ReBUILD partnership as well as wider literature
This ReBUILD brief discusses the associations between health systems and state-building and the empirical evidence in this area.
The political economy of crisis-affected settings: what does it mean for investments in health systems?
This brief reviews key elements in the response to crises from a political economy perspective, evidence on the opportunities and challenges presented by crises, and lessons in how to best utilise those opportunities to promote investment in health systems.
Responding to humanitarian crises in ways that strengthen longer-term health systems: What do we know?
ReBUILD briefing paper summarising knowledge on responding to humanitarian crises in ways that strengthen longer-term health systems
Presentation (French language) on the state of knowledge on health systems in fragile contexts, given by Professor Sophie WItter at an International Workshop at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp on 16th October 2018.
Leaving no one behind; how can evidence-based approaches support progress towards UHC and global health goals during conflict and protracted crises?
This briefing paper has been produced ahead of an organised session at HSR2018, outlining the background context of health service delivery in conflict and protracted crises, current developments and initiatives to improve coordination and approaches to support both humanitarian and development objectives, and the challenges and issues for the use of evidence to support these efforts.
Recording of a webinar on integrating gender into health system strengthening in conflict and crisis-affected settings
This summary of ReBUILD’s research projects from both the original phase and the short extension phase of the programme. It includes links to further information on the projects and their outputs.
Video of Tim Martineau of the ReBUILD Consortium speaking at a session on UHC in emergencies at the 2018 World Health Assembly
This briefing note provides collective responses from three health systems research consortia to some key questions on health systems resilience raised by DFID advisors.
Resilience of health systems during and after crises – what does it mean and how can it be enhanced?
This policy brief summarises different aspects of health system resilience, its measurement, and strategies for enhancing resilience during and after crises.
This learning support tool was developed by ReBUILD, RinGs and the EU DEVCO B4 to help improve considerations of gender in health systems strengthening, through the work of health staff in EU delegations.
This 2017 ReBUILD paper reflects on why we need to focus on gender when moving towards Universal Health Coverage
This 2015 ReBUILD paper argues that more attention should be focused on addressing gender inequalities and inequities in conflict-affected states
This paper reports on a research needs setting exercise carried out by the HSG Thematic Working Group on Health Systems in Fragile and Conflict Affected States (TWG-FCAS).
Poster from ReBUILD’s cross-country study on people’s health needs and health seeking behaviour before, during and after conflict. This poster was presented at the 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 16th-18th November, Vancouver, Canada
Health workers’ incentives in post-conflict settings – a review of the literature and framework for research
This 2012 ReBUILD literature review identifies research gaps in relation to health worker incentives in post-conflict contexts.
November 2015 flyer on objectives and activities of the Thematic Working Group on Health Systems in Fragile & Conflict-Affected States
Literature review on methodologies & understanding mental health & psychosocial services for adolescent girls in post-conflict settings
The complex remuneration of human resources for health in low-income settings: policy implications and a research agenda for designing effective financial incentives
This paper argues that research focusing on the health workers’ “complex remuneration” is critical to address some of the most challenging issues affecting human resources for health. An empirical research agenda is proposed to fill the gap in our understanding.
Building gender responsive health systems in post-conflict contexts: Opportunities and challenges Presentation given at a Global Health, Policy and Practice session 7 March 2014 Read the full presentation
As part of ReBUILD’s wider work on health financing, this paper presents an exploratory literature review to analyse the themes and findings of recent writing on health financing in fragile and post-conflict settings.