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Jay Kruuse Oct 16
shares example of how to confront power - explains community level tracking of legal payments - if duty-bearers and ombudsman reluctant to investigate further, explore collaboration with investigative journalists - this can result in corrective action.
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Marta Schaaf Oct 18
Florin Nasture describes how the “industry of Roma inclusion” brings money to non-Roma “experts” and has resulted in little change in power relations
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ISER Uganda Oct 18
of notes that many PNFP PPPs receive PHC funding from Gov't to deliver subsidised health services & should therefore be accountable under the Access to information law by extension as agents of Gov't.
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ISER Uganda Oct 18
We were happy to share a promising case study on how the Access to Information law can be used to regulate PPPs in health in Uganda at the .
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COPASAH Oct 19
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ARISE Oct 17
We're delighted to be attending the conference on citizenship, governance and in . Check out our poster on safeguarding
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inayat kakar Oct 17
Masuma Mamdani: "UHC As Coverage, is myopic. It doesn't address global public health priorities like NCDs, impact of climate change on health, and mental health."
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CEHURD Uganda Oct 17
"The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is a fundamental human right of everyone without distinction of race, religion, political, economic or social condition" ~ submits on an evening plenary: Knowledge Building & Learning Synthesis -2
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Sama - Resource Group for Women and Health Oct 17
Another engaging thematic session, on 'For profit actors global governance & accountability in health', moderated by Prof. Rama V. Baru at .
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Jay Kruuse Oct 16
Sara Van Belle from emphasizes that within global health knowledge, historically there has been too much focus on material innovation and not enough focus on how to influence power relations.
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NFI Oct 18
Replying to @COPASAH
Rachel Tolhurst of LSTM, UK, raises an important point on how processes of ‘othering’ psychologically damage people.
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inayat kakar Oct 17
: "Research is sometimes misrepresentative of actual power structures. Research agendas are dominated by donor priorities instead of community priorities. Pressure on researchers to create a narrative of success."
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Jayshree Satpute Oct 12
Thank you . Congratulations to all other winners!
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Kaveri Mayra Oct 20
An ANM at shared, "I maintain 31 registers, one of them has over 94 columns to fill for every woman." In nurse-midwives often have less time for care provision since "documentation is everything". 😐🤔
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Sama - Resource Group for Women and Health Oct 18
The concluding Plenary Session for has begun, discussing 'the way forward', bringing together various Continents & their experiences, thematic themes! Emphasizing that we are together, in this fight for an equal world!
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ISER Uganda Oct 16
"Corporatisation is making the medical practice more & more faceless & impersonalised. " Stories from India . Shweta Marathe, SATHI.
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Nazdeek Oct 16
Great insights and discussions at on for SRHR: challenging the status quo
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IAP EWEC Oct 23
Replying to @COPASAH
& good governance is necessary for .“You don’t just treat with the head; you also treat with the heart. That is the best .” - Steering Committee Member Abhay Shukla at last week’s
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Africa Health Budget Network Jul 2
Why you should participate at the COPASAH Global Symposium; India October 2019 according to Aminu Magashi Garba, Coordinator Africa Health Budget Network.
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Marta Schaaf Oct 18
Leaving Delhi with a full mind & heart after four days parsing citizenship, governance, & accountability for health with 500 avid colleagues at
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