Year: 2017

How can development agencies best support access to health care in protracted crises?

Paula Quigley examines how Universal Health Coverage can be achieved in Northern Nigeria, where the ongoing humanitarian crisis disrupts access to health care for millions of people. DFID Health Adviser visits Internally Displaced Peoples camp in Yobe State, Nigeria The Context of Humanitarian Settings The past few years have been tumultuous in terms of health […]

Strengthening Hospital Management in South Sudan To Improve Service Delivery

Improving hospital management structures to improve the quality of health service delivery. In any health system, hospitals are increasingly complex and costly organisations. Effective and efficient management of hospitals pose huge challenges in both developed and developing countries. However, the positive impact of an effective Hospital Management Committee and Hospital Advisory Board on hospital operations […]

Midwives’ Voices

Georgia Taylor’s work on the “Midwives’ Voices, Midwives’ Realities” report for WHO cited in statement to the 61st UN Commission on the Status of Women 2017. Read the WHO statement to CSW Download and read the full report: Midwives’ Voices, Midwives’ Realities I am so pleased to see a focus on women’s economic empowerment within the […]