While the major focus of our research is community based, TARSC also implements formal research and policy analysis and has a research portfolio in occupational health, public health, HIV and AIDS, health equity, social security, food security and nutrition, gender equity, child and adolescent health and social development, reproductive health and various areas of social and economic progress. TARSC is secretariat for or provides support to international research networks, such as the East and southern African Regional Network on Equity in Health (EQUINET), where it also leads the work on the Equity Watch.
Research evidence to support equitable Health Systems
TARSC has co-ordinated research, policy analysis and dialogue with institutions in Europe and in east and southern African, in the latter case working within EQUINET . In 2011 our work has included situation analyses, policy reviews, evaluations and field research. In Zimbabwe for example we have worked on a situation analysis of equity in health and are workng on equitable health financing and resource allocation within EQUINET. We have worked with the Advisory Board of Public Health, the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare and the Centre for Applied Legal Studies to implement technical review, community research and social dialogue for the review of public health law and for input on the right to health in the current Constitutional review. For further information on our work on health equity please email us at email@example.com.
Latest General Research publications
Women’s health and sexual and reproductive health in Zambia: A review of evidence
Types of work: General Research, Policy analysis
Areas of work: HIV and AIDS, Community and Public health, Children, youth and women
URL: Zambia SRH paper May2013.pdf
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