This policy brief highlights the ways in which health systems reinforce the marginalisation of some social groups, and then summarises the effects of crises on inclusiveness and the interventions that can protect and enhance equity for those marginalised.
Institutions for strong and equitable health systems after conflict and crisis – lessons from ReBUILD research
This brief outlines the findings from ReBUILD’s phase 1 research informing the theme of institutions in post-conflict health systems.
Establishing a responsive and equitable health workforce post-conflict and post-crisis – lessons from ReBUILD research
This brief outlines the findings from ReBUILD’s phase 1 research on health workers in post-conflict settings.
A summary of ReBUILD briefings addressing gender, vulnerable groups and intersectionality in health systems
This series of ReBUILD briefing papers addresses some key questions related to health systems strengthening in settings affected by conflict or crisis.
Are health systems interventions gender blind? Examining health system reconstruction in conflict affected states
ThisReBUILD paper examines if and how rebuilding health systems affected gender equity in four post-conflict contexts.
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 book chapter analyses ReBUILD’s research in Northern Uganda to explore gender equity in the post-conflict reconstruction of the heath sector
Learning from the experiences of health workers in conflict-affected Cambodia to improve motivation and retention: analysis of life histories
This 2016 ReBUILD working paper looks at the evolution of health worker incentives in Cambodia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zimbabwe
Resources from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives in Sierra Leone, and on health worker experiences during the Ebola outbreak
Details of all outputs from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives and remuneration in Sierra Leone, and on health worker experiences during the Ebola outbreak.
Resources from ReBUILD’s work on health worker incentives and deployment in post-conflict and post-crisis settings
This document includes details of all outputs from ReBUILD’s work on human resources for health in post-conflict and post-crisis settings.
Free health care for under-fives, expectant and recent mothers? Evaluating the impact of Sierra Leone’s free health care initiative
This paper reports the findings of a study evaluating the impact of Sierra Leone’s 2010 Free Health Care Initiative (FHCI). It uses two nationally representative surveys to identify the impact of the policy on utilisation of maternal care services by pregnant women and recent mothers as well as the impact on curative health care services and out-of-pocket payments for consultation and prescription in children under the age of 5 years.
This 2015 brief gives a brief outline of the range of ReBUILD’s research in Cambodia, and some of the emerging key findings.
2015 policy brief outlines findings and proposals from ReBUILD’s Rebuilding the foundations for universal health coverage with equity in Zimbabwe
This document contains all abstracts from presentations made at the National Research Forum: Evidence for advancing Universal Health Coverage in Zimbabwe, held on 19th/20th March 2015 in Harare, organised by ReBUILD’s Affiliate research partners in Zimbabwe. You can download the full report from this National Research Forum from the TARSC website.
Evidence for advancing Universal Health Coverage in Zimbabwe: Report of the National Research Forum, 19th/20th March 2015
Report of the National Research Forum: Evidence for advancing Universal Health Coverage in Zimbabwe held March 2015 in Harare
Background literature review to inform field work protocol to develop a resource allocation formula for public health resources in Zimbabwe.
Desk study presenting evidence on the funds pooled in and paid by semi-autonomous institutions funding health in Zimbabwe
This narrative literature review is an output of collaborative work between ReBUILD and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) working group on gender, to explore the opportunities and challenges for building gender responsive health systems in post conflict contexts.