- Escaping the realities of the health care system – at your expense.
- Museveni, the Anti-Homosexuality Law, and the politics of the succession
- NGOs, Journalists and the media: because even NGOs have PR teams
- A nudge, a shove, but little respect
- Technology trials and ethics: is being cheaper good enough?
- Good post by @nancymbirdsall on dangers of the term 'middle class': "Who You Callin’ Middle Class?" feedly.com/k/1mlsfDM 5 days ago
- Cynicism may be justified but register'g children vital 4 access to services. "Kenya: Register All Kenyans At Birth" feedly.com/e/0mMNUFqb 5 days ago
- RT @OECD: Finding #doctors for rural areas isn’t just a question of #infrastructure, but of incentive oe.cd/wR http://t.co/B… 1 week ago
- RT @WorldBank: Case for universal health coverage strongly rooted in economics. Blog: wrld.bg/vPqXb #UHC2030 1 week ago
- RT @DrVickyLewis: Fascinating observations about relationships betw. int'l branch campuses and home campus @uniworldnews : http://t.co/SDm5… 1 week ago
Monthly Archives: October 2010
With the countdown to the Tanzanian presidential and legislative elections nearly reaching its conclusion the two key questions are whether CHADEMA can take a big chunk out of CCM’s majority, and what will happen on Zanzibar. Opinion polls suggest CCM’s … Continue reading
Following on from the last post about the impact of the CSR on UK aid policy, the focus on ‘fragile states’ suggests a positive relationship between humanitarian aid and conflict resolution. Yet, in reality, this relationship is far from certain. … Continue reading
The British Government’s comprehensive spending review committed to raising UK official aid by around 37% over the next four years. DFID spending will rise to £11.5 billion by 2014-15, with total British aid flows (taking into account spending by other … Continue reading
I’ll be presenting a paper at the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH), Glasgow on the 27th October (http://www.gcu.ac.uk/historyofhealth/), and then in Oxford on the 1st November (http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/events/african_history,_politics__and__geography_seminar). ‘Common Council, Common Policy: healthcare, missions and the … Continue reading