NB. An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in health economics or in Public Health with a focus on health economics or health financing, or an advanced degree in economics or financing with a focus on Health Systems Strengthening and/or other related field is required.
August 27, 2020
The African Health Economics and Policy Association (AfHEA) is a bilingual (English and French) non-political and non-profit-making association inaugurated in March 2009 with headquarters in Accra, Ghana. The overall mission of AfHEA is to contribute to the promotion and strengthening of the use of health economics and health policy analysis in achieving equitable and efficient health systems and improved health outcomes in Africa, especially for the most vulnerable populations. Its membership includes over 300 health economics, financing and policy experts from African countries residing within and outside the continent (www.afhea.org)
TECHNICAL ADVISOR (Priceless SA)
(Johannesburg, South Africa)
PRICELESS SA, (www.pricelesssa.ac.za) based at Wits University School of Public Health in Johannesburg, is a programme to enable smart decisions about health investments in South Africa. The intent is to provide information that will improve the way in which resources are allocated and priorities are set to improve public health. PRICELESS SA is a core partner of iDSI, leading on activities within South Africa and within Sub-Saharan Africa.