Protocol - Working with non-state providers in post-conflict and fragile states in primary healthcare service delivery [Updated March 2014]

Abstract

The purpose of this review is to summarise the research literature about the types, effects and impact of non-state actors in the delivery of primary health care in fragile, conflict or post-conflict states. Specifically it seeks to answer the following research questions:
(1) How effective are different approaches and strategies in improving the delivery of primary care in fragile/post-conflict settings?
(2) What is the impact of non-state actors’ delivery of primary health care in fragile, conflict or post-conflict settings?

Primary objective: To describe the types and determine the effects of different approaches by non-state actors’ delivery of primary health care in fragile, conflict or post-conflict settings.

Secondary objective: To assess the impact of non-state actors’ delivery of primary healthcare in fragile, conflict or post-conflict settings.

Citation

Obuku, E.A.; Stewart, R.; Achana, F.; Mijumbi, R.; Kinengyere, A.; Basaza, R.; Akena, D.; Semakula, D.; Ssenono, R.; Nsangi, A.; Mutatina, B.; Muyenje, H.; Newbrander, W.; Sewankambo, N. Protocol - Working with non-state providers in post-conflict and fragile states in primary healthcare service delivery [Updated March 2014]. EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK (2014) 31 pp.

Protocol - Working with non-state providers in post-conflict and fragile states in primary healthcare service delivery [Updated March 2014]

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