December 6, 2017

Malaria does not exist in a vacuum: anthropologist looks at human factors

Rather than focusing just on curing an individual, we seek to understand the broader contextual and structural issues that can help or hinder health-seeking behavior.

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September 26, 2017

Evaluating Community Engagement: A coming together of great minds!

By Noni Mumba One would think that a 2-day workshop on evaluation would be boring, mentally taxing and just tiresome. Indeed, I, being one of the delegates in that meeting,...

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September 26, 2017

Global health ethics frameworks, embedded ethics and new approaches to vulnerability

Bridget Pratt and Sassy Molyneux We recently attended the 2017 Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International Conference, aimed at promoting multidisciplinary and inclusive discussion of critically important ethical issues in...

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September 26, 2017

Bed nets and the fight against malaria

By Philip Bejon, Bob Snow, Charles Mbogo Bed nets have probably saved the lives of tens of thousands of Kenyans over the last decade, and likely hundreds of thousands of...

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