Public health emergencies are complex challenges and the involvement of and coordination between multiple sectors…
The willingness of the private sector to support public health through avenues such as the Covid-19 fund presents an opportunity to deal with future health security issues.
Was the government of Ghana’s socioeconomic response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Equity-Sensitive or Equity-Blind?.
Lessons from WAHO and six countries in West and Central Africa for data and evidence use to support health security preparedness and responsiveness.
Ghana’s National Strategic Covid-19 Response Plan : Overall goal: Reducing the incidence, and mortality of COVID-19….
- Analysis and Lessons from City and Local Govt responses to the Covid-19 in GH: The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on the lives and wellbeing of people globally. The impact of Covid-19 in low and middle income countries such as Ghana is likely to be substantial, placing health and economic systems that are often already stressed under even greater strain.
- The Role of the Private Sector in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Experiences From Four Health Systems: Much of the initial impact of COVID-19 was on urban populations; the United Nations estimated that perhaps 95% of cases occurred in urban areas (1). The livelihoods of the urban poor, particularly migrant workers and those working in the informal sector who are reliant on a daily-wages, were severely undermined by stringent lockdowns.
- Catalyse 6-month report: Exploring and learning from regional, national and sub-national evidence, policyand systems responses to COVID-19 in West and Central Africa (CATALYSE).
- Qualitative-Methods-webinar: Researcher’s background, experiences, beliefs, interests influence and can bias the data analysis process.