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Cordaid: where we work
"Cordaid mobilizes global networks, resources and knowledge to tackle root causes of conflict and fragility in some of the most conflict-affected countries ...
Contracting between faith-based and public health sector in Sub-Saharan Africa: An ongoing crisis? The case of Cameroon, Tanzania, Chad and Uganda
The Medicus Mundi International Network launched the report "Contracting between faith-based and public health sector in Sub-Saharan Africa: An ongoing ...
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. A Jeune S3 video
Talking about sexuality and rights is not easy for young people. Talking about it in fragile and conflict-affected areas is even harder! Come meet ...
i+solutions: Our global impact
"i+solutions is active in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and South America. Please click on a bullet in the interactive map ...
How to address the shortages of children's medicines
A significant proportion of the health care resources at any level is spent on medicines and health supplies. Unfortunately in spite of this, ...
EPN members
"More than 100 members from 37 countries that serve almost 300 million people! That is our network, providing healthcare and pharmaceutical services to all. ...
Africa Christian Health Associations Platform: Institutional members
An interactive list of ACHAP members (names only, no addresses or contact information) can be found on the ACHAP website. (last update of "who works ...
Cordaid and Performance Based Financing
In 2001, Cordaid was one of the first organizations worldwide to introduce the Result Based Financing (RBF) approach to health care in sub-Saharan Africa. ...
In the public interest...Non-governmental health service providers and national health systems
Basel, 6 November 2007. How do not-for-profit non-governmental health service providers perceive their role in the national provision of healthcare? How do ...