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Using health economics in humanitarian and fragile settings: Findings from research in Uganda, Sierra Leone and Bangladesh

Researcher in Kyamulibwa, Uganda. Photo credit: LSHTM
Researcher in Kyamulibwa, Uganda. Photo credit: LSHTM

This event is part of a series of dissemination webinars for the RECAP project, in partnership with the LSHTM Health in Humanitarian Crisis Centre. The webinar will be chaired by Sandra Mounier-Jack, Munshi Sulaiman and Josephine Borghi and will be split into two sessions: 

  • Session 1: Access to and utilisation of health care services in fragile settings 
    • Has Ebola delayed progress on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent healthcare in Sierra Leone? Evidence from a difference-in-differences study using household surveys – Jessica King, LSHTM

    • They will say you want to make their home die”: A mixed methods study to assess modern family planning use in partnered South Sudanese refugee and host populations in Northern Uganda – Neha Singh, LSHTM 

  • Session 2: Food aid and nutrition in fragile contexts 
    • Preferences and Determinants of Choice for Cash and Food Assistance in Two Refugee Settlements in Uganda: Implications for Policy – Pallavi Prabhakar, BRAC International 

    • Challenges and evidence of health economic evaluation of nutritional interventions in Rohingya refugee camps – Zia Sadique, LSHTM 

Speakers 

  • Sandra Mounier-Jack, Associate Professor in Health Policy, LSHTM 
  • Munshi Sulaiman, Regional Research Lead in Africa, BRAC International 
  • Josephine Borghi, Professor in Health Economics, LSHTM 
  • Jessica King, Research Fellow in Health Economics/Impact Evaluation, LSHTM 
  • Neha Singh, Associate Professor of Health Systems and Policy, LSHTM  
  • Pallavi Prabhakar, Senior Research Associate, BRAC International 
  • Zia Sadique, Associate Professor in Health Economics, LSHTM

Please note that the recording link will be listed on this page when available 

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