The new resource provides a searchable database of concise, easy-to-read summaries of research relevant to health policy in developing countries. A wide range of subjects is covered, including health sector reform, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, disease and disability, and environmental health. id21 Health also offers this information in a free email newsletter, 'id21HealthNews', for those with limited internet access.
The Centre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation (Cadre) is a South African non-profit organisation working in the area of HIV/AIDS social research, project and programme development. Cadre's main objectives are to facilitate a coherent and systematic Southern African response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic by maximising the use of social research.
ENRECA stands for Enhancement of Research Capacity and is a bilateral research programme financed by the Danish International Development Agency, Danida. The ENRECA Health Network functions as an umbrella for twelve health related research projects as well as for the organising of a number of activities: cross disciplinary PhD courses, seminars and meetings on issues within international health.
The Environmental Health Project (EHP) is sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to assist the Agency to: * achieve reductions in illness and death among children under five in developing countries from diarrheal disease, malaria, and acute respiratory infections – three major diseases related to environmental conditions and * reduce the burden of infectious diseases of public health importance.
The Internet is replete with resources available to those with an interest in bioethics including education, research involving human participants and animals, medical and health care ethics, and the implications of applied genetics and biotechnology. This website contains a broad collage of annotated web links, and while this list is comprehensive, it is not totally inclusive. The listed resources provide background information and various positions on issues in bioethics. Where possible, we have linked directly to those positions.
This site contains documents, press releases, presentations, and legislation material relating to the South African National Treasury.
ReproLine was developed by JHPIEGO, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University. JHPIEGO, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health of women and families throughout the world, works to increase the number of qualified health professionals trained in modern reproductive healthcare, especially family planning. ReproLine was developed to provide all JHPIEGO trainers continued contact with JHPIEGO, support for their training activities and tools for their professional development. Everything on the ReproLine site is provided to support the needs of trainers in their many roles.
Health Policy and Planning blends specialities such as epidemiology, health and development economics, management and social policy, planning and social anthropology.
The M/MC is part of the Johns Hopkins Population Information Program, which is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development to provide health professionals with information and materials that enable them better to meet the need for health care services. The M/MC is part of the National Prevention Information Network, the U.S. reference, referral, and distribution service for information and materials on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and Tuberculosis, sponsored by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Local Government Project assists local government to give effect to its constitutional mandate of developmental local government through research, advice, training and advocacy. You can download the Local Government Law Bulletin, papers, submission, manuals and other resources on local government.