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Miss Nouria Brikci

MSc

Research Fellow
Research Fellow

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Nouria Brikci is an experienced health financing and health policy specialist with 20 years experience working across LMICs and FCAS. She has worked with various governments in the analysis, development and implementation of their health financing strategies (Sierra Leone, Benin, Togo, Ethiopia, Morocco, Swaziland, Nepal, amongst others). She has undertaken literature reviews (on universal health coverage, health financing in low income countries for example), and qualitative operational research in various sub-Saharan African countries. Prior to joining LSHTM, Nouria was the OPM health portfolio leader and a senior health financing consultant, has worked as a senior health policy adviser at Save the Children UK, and as research adviser for MSF.

Nouria holds a Masters in Development Studies at SOAS and a Masters in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from LSE and LSHTM, and is fluent in French, English, Spanish and Italian.

Affiliations

Department of Global Health and Development
Faculty of Public Health and Policy

Teaching

Nouria teaches on the Health Policy, Process and Power course.

Research

Health Economics Research Fellow for the Lancet Commission on Financing for Primary Healthcare (PHC) for LMICs. Specific research areas include:

  • Revenue raising and pooling approaches for PHC in LMICs;
  • Resource allocation of health spending to PHC in LMICs;
  • How to overcome Public Finance Management (PFM) bottlenecks in health financing;
  • Efficiency spending and fiscal space for PHC in LMICs;
  • Digital technologies and health financing;
  • Impact of health crisis on financing of PHC;
  • Incentive structures for providers in LMICs.
Research Area
Health policy
Primary care
Public health
Systematic reviews
Qualitative methods
Discipline
Health economics
Policy analysis
Political science
Country
Burundi
Benin
Burkina Faso
Cameroon
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Algeria
Ethiopia
India
Morocco
Mali
Mozambique
Nepal
Pakistan
West Bank and Gaza
Rwanda
Senegal
Sierra Leone
South Sudan
Swaziland
Chad
Togo
Tanzania
Vietnam
Region
Middle East & North Africa (developing only)
Sub-Saharan Africa (all income levels)