Network for Education in International Health
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Evaluation of a Sexual and Reproductive Health Preventive Intervention for Youth in Rural Zambia: a Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of Bumi Bwesu Youth Centre
Sub-Saharan Africa bears the highest burden of HIV worldwide. Youth aged 15 to 24 are a unique and vulnerable group, at high risk of acquiring HIV/STIís. Girls face the additional danger of...
Anaesthesia in Complex Emergencies
Providing patients with safe, timely, and adequate anaesthesia care during emergency-≠and disaster relief operations is challenging for medical personnel. Many of the skills needed are not part of a...
Focus on staff care Assessing safety and security support of expatriate field staff in Switzerland based humanitarian organizations
The aim of this descriptive study is to identify the current practices of staff care for expatriate field staff in humanitarian organisations based in Switzerland and to propose improvement...
THE UNHCR Anaemia Prevention, Control and Reduction Strategic Plan 2008-2010 for Refugees: Lessons learned from Bangladesh and Nepal (A literature review)
Refugees are commonly affected by micronutrient deficiencies especially iron and vitamin A. In the year 2008, UNHCR developed and began implementation of an Anaemia Control,Prevention and Reduction...
The fight against wasting in Indonesia: opportunities and challenges for programmes and policies to implement Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)
This study reviews existing literatures to examine the state of CMSM implementation in Indonesia and identify the opportunities and chanlenges for programmes and policy.
Overcoming barriers to access vesico-vaginal fistula repair. A qualitative study from Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania.
In the Kilimanjaro Region in northern Tanzania, the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) is the major referral hospital. It provides fistula surgery free of charge and has capacity to scale up...
Health status of villagers in rural Attapeu Province, Lao PDR, with a focus on risk factors for intestinal helminth infections
Malnutrition and neglected tropical diseases (NTD) such as intestinal helminth infections are of substantial public health concern in less developed countries like Lao PDR, where information on...
Could HIV self-testing increase HIV counselling and testing uptake among South African youth? - A literature review on acceptability of HIV self-testing
The author performed a literature review on acceptability of HST among at-risk groups and included studies, in which HST has been provided to study participants and an acceptability rate has been...
Evaluation of the Protective Association of the Rotavirus Vaccine in Bogota, Colombia
This study is to analyze the association between exposure with Rotarix and outcome of diarrhea, and AGE hospitalization in Bogota, Colombia, based on the data collected for Bogota in the 2010...
Assessment of HIV Workplace Programmes (WPP) in Public and Private Organisations in Namibia
The assessment of Workplace Programmes (WPPs) in the public and private sector is part of the Namibian HIV Research and Evaluation Agenda. The study was hosted by the Ministry of Health and Social...
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