Measuring Regional Policy Change and Pro-Poor Health Policy Success: A PRARI Toolkit of Indicators for the Southern African Development Community (SADC)
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2015
- Botswana, Malawi, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia Tanzania, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Mauritius, Congo (Democratic Republic), Angola, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Madagascar
- Document Type:
- Tool kit
- Social Change
- Amaya, A.B., De Lombaerde, P., Kingah, S., Choge, I., Moeti, T. Mookodi, L., Phirinyane, M., Longwe, S., Luwabelwa M., Mhehe, E. A., and Nyika, P.
This PRARI toolkit is the culmination of the work conducted in the chapter on indicator development of the Poverty Reduction and Regional Integration (PRARI) project. The two-year project studies what regional institutional practices and methods of regional policy formation are conducive to the emergence of embedded pro-poor health strategies, and what national, regional and international actors can do to promote these policies. The toolkit is one of the main areas of work within PRARI. We hope that it will be actively used by the various stakeholders of SADC especially officials of SADC Secretariat (who also contributed to its development) in the monitoring of regional health policy in SADC. A particular focus is placed on three diseases that have a conspicuous incidence on the poor and most vulnerable groups. The product is an indicator system. It is not meant to be static. It is not meant to be final. Its novelty is the participatory method and approach used in developing the indicators by the potential end users.
Amaya, A.B.; Choge, I.; De Lombaerde, P.; Kingah, S.; Longwe, S.; Mhehe, E. A.; Moeti, T.; Mookodi, L.; Luwabelwa M.; Nyika, P.; Phirinyane, M. Measuring Regional Policy Change and Pro-Poor Health Policy Success: A PRARI Toolkit of Indicators for the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Open University, Milton Keynes, UK (2015) 90 pp.
Published: 1 January 2015
Document Type: Tool kit
Theme: Social Change
Authors: Amaya, A.B. De Lombaerde, P. Kingah, S. Choge, I. Moeti, T. Mookodi, L. Phirinyane, M. Longwe, S. Luwabelwa M. Mhehe, E. A. Nyika, P.