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  • IHI endorses a WHO statement on respect for women The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a statement that calls for greater action, dialogue, research and advocacy to stop behaviours that lead to disrespectful and abusive treatment of women ...
    Posted by IHI Webmaster
  • Can TB cases be detected at community level services? People living in Africa and Asia are most heavily affected by Tuberculosis (TB), with people infected with TB in India and China alone accounting for almost 40% of the world ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2015, 02:28 by IHI Webmaster
  • Tool to integrate e-Health data invented Research results from health institutions are significant in planning health actions and formulating national health policies. However, data collected from different projects with diverse purposes and stored in varying databases ...
    Posted 7 Jan 2015, 01:18 by IHI Webmaster
  • Study: Neonatal vitamin A supplementation has no beneficial effect on survival in infants in Tanzania In 2011 the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a guideline that replaces previous recommendations on vitamin A supplementation for the prevention of vitamin A deficiency, xerophthalmia and nutritional blindness in ...
    Posted 16 Dec 2014, 05:26 by IHI Webmaster
  • Meeting stresses utilisation of research “Knowing is not enough; we must apply.  Willing is not enough; we must do” - GoetheHealth Research Centers produce important and evidence based research but only a small proportion of ...
    Posted 16 Dec 2014, 04:16 by IHI Webmaster
  • The world reshaped: The end of the population pyramid In 2015 demographers, teachers and politicians will stop talking about the population pyramid and start referring to the population dome. The change in terminology will reflect a profound shift in ...
    Posted 16 Dec 2014, 04:15 by IHI Webmaster
  • How to publish better science through better data Data, without a doubt, are the foundation of science. If you are a researcher, your life is data: you spend your days generating it, analysing it, and writing papers about ...
    Posted 16 Dec 2014, 04:12 by IHI Webmaster
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  • Burden of Disease and HDSS reports Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) has produced a set of reports that, first, provide local estimates of risks and Burden of Disease (BOD) and injuries for rural districts of coastal zones ...
    Posted 20 Nov 2014, 23:44 by IHI Webmaster
  • GMAP2 report The report from the GMAP2 country consultation is ready. The document is the result of an extensive consultative process with global, regional and country-level stakeholders from across the RBM ...
    Posted 30 Oct 2014, 00:27 by IHI Webmaster
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