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    • National fee exemption schemes for deliveries: comparing the recent experiences of Ghana and Senegal 

      Witter, Sophie; Armar-Klemesu, Margaret; Dieng, Thierno (Antwerp: ITG Press, 2008)
      Continuing high maternal mortality ratios, especially in Africa, and high discrepancies between richer and poorer households in relation to access to maternal health care and maternal health status have focussed attention ...
    • Negotiating markets for health: An exploration of physicians' engagement in dual practice in three African capital cities 

      Russo, Giuliano; McPake, Barbara; Fronteira, Ins; Ferrinho, P. (Oxford University Press, 2014-09)
      Scarce evidence exists on the features, determinants and implications of physicians' dual practice, especially in resource-poor settings. This study considered dual practice patterns in three African cities and the ...
    • New Donor Strategies: Implications for NGOs in Kyrgyzstan 

      Jailobaeva, Kanykey (Springer, 2017-05-10)
      Abstract This article examines the changes that have taken place since the mid-2000s in the donor agenda in Kyrgyzstan, and what implications these changes have had for Kyrgyzstani NGOs. It uses two-stage longitudinal ...
    • NGO Hybridisation as an Outcome of HIV Services Delivery in Global Fund-Supported Programmes in Ukraine 

      McGill, Svetlana (Springer, 2015-06)
      Ukraine has one of the world's fastest growing HIV rates and was one of the largest recipients of funding from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GF). Doctoral research recently completed by the author ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Belarus 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief - Belarus has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 13,527 officially registered people living with HIV, which is 50% of the estimated actual number of people living with HIV in the country1.
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Bosnia and Herzegovina 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemology in brief Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has a low level HIV epidemic, with 209 officially registered people living with HIV in 2014, 114 of them were receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 54%)
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet fYR Macedonia 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief The former Yugoslav Republic (fYR) of Macedonia has a low level HIV epidemic, with 161 people living with HIV officially registered and 96 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 60%) in 2014.
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Kyrgyzstan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Kyrgyzstan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 6,095 people living with HIV officially registered (65% of the estimated number)1, and 1,900 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 20% ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Moldova 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C.
      HIV epidemiology in brief Moldova has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 6,891 people living with HIV officially registered (about 39% of the estimated number) and 3,116 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Montenegro 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Montenegro has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 134 officially registered people living with HIV (PLHIV), which is 29% of the estimated number1. In 2014, 83 people living with HIV were ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Serbia 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Serbia has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 1,956 people living with HIV officially registered (65% of the estimated number) and 1,300 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 43% of ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Tajikistan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Tajikistan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 5,242 people living with HIV officially registered (33% of the estimated number), and 2,167 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 14% ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Ukraine 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemic in Ukraine in brief Ukraine has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 137,390 officially registered people living with HIV, which is 62% of the estimated number of people living with HIV in the country. In 2014, ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Uzbekistan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Uzbekistan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 30,315 people living with HIV (PLHIV) officially registered (95% of the estimated number), and 10,948 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy ...
    • Nicaragua's debt burden: A permanent hurricane [Letter] 

      Van der Stuyft, Patrick; De Vos, Pol (Elsevier, 1998-12-19)
    • “No One Left Abandoned”: Cuba's National Health System since the 1959 Revolution 

      De Vos, Pol (Baywood Publishing, 2005-01-01)
      In spite of the economic hardships during the 1990s, Cuba has achieved health indicators that are among the best in the world. This article describes the development of the Cuban health system over more than four decades ...
    • Not doing more, but doing differently: Integrating a community based psychosocial approach into other sectors 

      Horn, Rebecca; Waade, M.; Kalisky, M. (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2016-09-01)
      A multi-layered approach to mental health and psychosocial support in emergencies includes the integration of psychosocial approaches into sectors with primary aims other than the enhancement of mental health and ...
    • Occupational Therapy graduates of 2009; knowledge and attitudes relating to their role in the area of alcohol misuse. 

      Gill, Jan; Maclean, Fiona; Renton, Linda; O'May, Fiona (College of Occupational Therapists, 2011-04)
      Purpose: Within Scotland, health policy changes are being considered to address the misuse of alcohol. Concurrently, a shifting of professional roles within the National Health Service is under way. The purpose of the study ...
    • Patient care pathways under the model of integrating tuberculosis service with general hospitals in China 

      Wei, X.; Yin, J.; Zou, Guanyang (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2013-10)
      Objective: To report care pathways of tuberculosis (TB) patients under the integrated model, where TB clinical service is provided by a general hospital instead of the TB dispensary, with the aim of providing policy ...