AfHEA Call for Papers for IHEA Congress Special Issue

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteLes nouvelles généralesLaissez un commentaire

Gentle reminder AfHEA in collaboration with the International Health Economics Association (IHEA) is excited to announce a call for papers for two journal special issues linked to the IHEA Congress, one in collaboration with Social Science and Medicine (SSM) and the other with Social Science and Medicine Health Systems (SSM HS). We are pleased to invite all eligible AfHEA members to submit papers based on research presented at the 15th World Congress on Health Economics, which was held from 8th to 12th July 2023 in Cape Town, South Africa.  The primary … Lire la suite

Bonne année 2024 ! | Rapport de Fin D'Annee 2023 Aux Membres D'AfHEA

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdotePublications/Rapports, Mises à jourLaissez un commentaire

On behalf of the Board and Executive Committee and the Executive Director, Prof. John Ataguba of the African Health Economics & Policy Association (AfHEA), we would like to once again extend to you compliments of the New Year 2024! Click to watch the video below: It is equally our pleasure once again to bring you the report card on AfHEA’s work in the past year and its planned activities for this new year:  Thank you! AfHEA Secretariat

Défendre l'égalité en matière de santé : Reconnaissance de l'impact du travail de l'@AfHEA_Africa par l'Avocat spécial de l'ONUSIDA pour les jeunes femmes et les adolescentes

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteNon classéLaissez un commentaire

It is great to see the work of @AfHEA_Africa championed by our Executive Director, Prof. John Ataguba (@john_ataguba), and taken up by the First Lady of Namibia, Her Excellency, Monica Geingos (@FirstLadyNam), UNAIDS Special Advocate for Young Women and Adolescent Girls! According to the recent investigation headed by Professor John Ataguba, HIV/AIDS incidence and death rates are greater in nations with higher economic disparity. Therefore, inequality fuels pandemics, undermines remedies, obstructs access to healthcare, and violates human rights. Access the … Lire la suite

Notes politiques du projet EcASaRH

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteAccès - CHU, Politique - CHU, Publications/Rapports, Diffusion de la rechercheLaissez un commentaire

La conception du projet "The Economics of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (EcASaRH) Interventions in Ghana and Senegal" (L'économie des interventions en matière de santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescents au Ghana et au Sénégal) reposait sur une collaboration étroite et une co-création tout au long du cycle de mise en œuvre du projet. En tant que tel, il était important de développer des notes politiques qui peuvent être facilement diffusées pour influencer la politique et pour le plaidoyer. Trois (3) notes d'information ont été élaborées dans le cadre du projet, à savoir

Expliquer la nécessité de donner la priorité à la santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescents en Afrique subsaharienne : Résultats du projet de recherche EcASaRH

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdotePolitique - CHULaissez un commentaire

Adolescents comprise a sizeable proportion of the population in many countries in Africa. However, there is increasing global concern regarding the neglect of adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH). This neglect is pronounced in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), where most adolescent deaths are attributable to complications related to sexual and reproductive health. ASRH interventions remain underfunded in this region. It is critical to understand how much it will cost to implement priority ASRH interventions and how to fund them to make … Lire la suite

Webinaire EcASaRH : Accès à l'enregistrement du SIG IHEA

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteAteliersLaissez un commentaire

Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to share with you the recording of the Economics of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Interventions in Ghana and Senegal (EcASaRH) Webinar by AfHEA’s very own Lead Health Economics Researcher and Consultant for Ghana – Dr. Ama Fenny of the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana (UG) during the International Health Economics Association Special Interest Group (IHEA SIG) Webinar on September 7th, 2023 at 9am EST. The Webinar forms a part of … Lire la suite

2ème webinaire ECOVA : Accès à l'enregistrement dans le nuage

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteAteliersLaissez un commentaire

Dear Colleagues, Please find the cloud recording of the Second Webinar for AfHEA’s ECOVA Project: “Rapid Assessment Review of Existing Policy, Legal and Governance Frameworks to Improve Research and Development Capacity and Infrastructure for Vaccine Production and Development in Africa”. This webinar took place on June 14th, 2023 12:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time. Please find the access details below: Link: 0r^?w=Mw Thank you, AfHEA Secretariat

Special Invitation to IDRC Webinar – October 25th, 2023

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteLes nouvelles généralesLaissez un commentaire

You are specially invited to participate in the upcoming webinar organized by our funding partner IDRC. Theme: Challenges and opportunities for scaling vaccine manufacturing in Africa, and where research can helpDate: Wednesday October 25, 2023,  Time: 8:30-10:00am EDT/2.30pm-4:00pm CAT/12.30pm-2.00pm GMTVenue: Open Virtual SessionKindly register now to participate: The Moderator for the webinar is Dr. Montasser Kamal, Director, Global Health program, IDRC with the keynote speaker on “The 60% goal and getting there” being Dr. Ahmed E Ogwell, Deputy Director, Africa CDC. Other key speakers include … Lire la suite

Recrutement : Consultants en économie de la santé - avec une expérience appréciable dans l'économie des vaccins

Elizabeth Naa Adukwei AdoteLes nouvelles générales, Non classéLaissez un commentaire

Duty Station/Location: Southern Africa (Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe); West Africa (Nigeria and Ghana); East Africa (Rwanda); North Africa (Morocco); Central Africa (Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC Congo)). Expected start time: September, 2023 Background: Under the ECOVA project, AfHEA is looking to hire Health Economics Consultants with appreciable experience in the economics of vaccines who will work under the leadership of the Program Officer and the supervision of the Project Coordinator. Requirements: Master’s degree in health economics, public … Lire la suite