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A synthesis of key aspects of health systems and policy design affecting the refugee populations across Africa - Report Structure

Posted on 15 December 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 176 written by Federica Margini

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REfugees in Africa ClusTer (REACT) project is a joint initiative between the East Central and Southern Africa Health Community, KEMRI, Makerere School of Public Health (MakSPH), University College London (UCL), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and the University of York, aimed at supporting national capacity-strengthening and research in gender-responsive resource allocation, health care organisation and policy decision-making for more efficient and equitable responses to refugee and host communities health needs in east, central and southern Africa. 

The project is structured around three work packages on health systems governance, health economics, and gender, which jointly investigate four distinct research themes. REACT will generate theoretical, conceptual and methodological contributions which will benefit academics from a broad range of disciplines researching and teaching forced migration, humanitarian response, gender, public health and health systems. The knowledge generated through this initiative will be shared thorough briefs, reports, papers, presentations and workshops.

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