IPCHS. Integrated People-Centred Health Services


Contents tagged: public health systems research

April 25, 2018 Africa Publication

The Influence of Family Physicians Within the South African District Health System: A Cross-Sectional Study

Evidence of the influence of family physicians on health care is required to assist managers and policy makers with human resource planning in Africa. The International argument for family physicians derives mainly from research in high-income countries, so this study aimed to evaluate the influence of family physicians on the South African district health system. 

March 19, 2021 Global Event

Universal access to healthcare: lessons learned from Public-Private Partnerships

In response to the global pandemic, International Financing Institutions and governments mobilized significant amounts of financial resources. COVID-19 hit weak and under-funded public health systems around the world harder, and showed market failure in private healthcare: we need to draw lessons and look forward. This interactive session will look at the impacts of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the health sector, including World Bank Group-supported projects, especially for women and the poorest communities. This session will share evidence-based views on the World Bank Group’s role in health systems strengthening to understand the extent to which it is addressing the most urgent needs.