ReportDIPH Monitoring Report – Diamond Harbour, West Bengal – Cycle 1: March – June 2016
This report is from the first of three cycles of evaluation reports from the prototype phase of DIPH in three health districts in West Bengal: Diamond Harbour, South 24 Parganas and North 24 Parganas.
Research briefIntroducing the Data-Informed Platform for Health
What is a Data-Informed Platform for Health? In low-resource settings the use of local data for health system planning and decision-making...
Research briefThe Pathway to Improved Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes in Gombe State, Nigeria
Use of data for maternal and newborn health in Gombe State, Nigeria (Data from February 2016)
Journal articleCommentary-District decision-making to strengthen maternal, newborn and child health services in low-income settings
Commentary to accompany a series of four papers on the use of data for district decision-making for health in low-income settings, published in Health Policy and Planning.
Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a feasibility study of a data-informed platform for health in India, Nigeria and Ethiopia
A study of the feasibility of using a data informed platform for health in a district health systems context in five districts of India, Nigeria and Ethiopia.
Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a systematic literature review
A systematic literature review investigating the ways in which district administrators and health managers in low- and lower-middle-income countries use health data to make decisions.
Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a case study of the potential of public and private sector data in India and Ethiopia
A study documenting the nature and type of data collected by the public and private health systems, data flow and sharing, use and inter-sectoral linkages in India and Ethiopia.
Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a qualitative study in Uttar Pradesh, India, on engaging the private health sector in sharing health-related data
An assessment of the extent of maternal, newborn and child health-related data sharing between the private and public sectors in two districts of Uttar Pradesh, India; analysing barriers to data sharing; and identifying the key inputs required.
NewsAccelerating progress in Maternal and Newborn Child Health
How do we scale-up high impact service packages that will accelerate progress in maternal and newborn child health towards the 2030 Sustainable...
Journal articleLinkages between public and non-government sectors in healthcare: a case study from Uttar Pradesh, India
A study of the links between the public health system and two NGOs in Uttar Pradesh, showing frequent interaction and some reciprocity in information and resource flows, but weak participation in policy and planning.