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Services Delivery Reforms in Africa: A Review of Initiatives and Outcomes

"This paper has addressed the questions of public service delivery in Africa by focusing on the education, health, water and sanitation sectors. It has reviewed some of the reforms implemented in Africa to enhance service delivery. It has also discu…

Children and Vulnerability in Tanzania : A Brief Synthesis

"The intention of this paper is to highlight the key issues of children and vulnerability in Tanzania. This study underscores the importance of understanding local and circumstantial factors which determine the extent to which communities, household…

Socioeconomic factors affecting Childhood Mortality in Ethiopia: An Instrumental Variable Approach

The main causes of death in most early childhood mortality are diseases which are preventable and curable. This is the reason why childhood mortality is treated as a development issue rather than a simple health problem. Ethiopia is among the places…

Improving Reproductive & Maternal Health in Rural Uganda; Mothers should not Die during Delivery

This policy brief shines a light on unmet reproductive and maternal health needs of low-income women living in rural areas of Uganda. The actionable initiatives highlighted can provide policymakers, advocates, Humanitarian Agencies, and policy imple…

Health and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa

It is generally acknowledged that health is a form of human capital and a critical factor in the economic growth process. In turn, health production is a major determinant of health outcomes. While the former relationship has been explored extensi…

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