ASSET - NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Health System Strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa

Contributors:
  1. Dixon Chibanda
  2. Lara Fairall
  3. Richard Harding
  4. Andy Leather
  5. Crick Lund
  6. Inge Petersen
  7. Haja Wurie
  8. Melanie Abas
  9. Zulfa Abrahams
  10. Atalay Alem
  11. Andualem
  12. Mauricio Avendano
  13. Sonet Boisits
  14. Robyn Curran
  15. Tigist Eshetu
  16. Negussie Deyessa
  17. Lienke Diedericks
  18. Fasikawit Engida
  19. Abebaw Fekadu
  20. Alessandra Giusti
  21. Kassahun Habtamu
  22. Kumar Jacob
  23. Thaim B Kamara
  24. Israel Makwara
  25. Girmay Medhin
  26. Sophie Moore
  27. Hanna Negussie
  28. Manraj Phull
  29. Tanya Robbins
  30. Jane Sandall
  31. Margie Schneider
  32. Andrew Shennan
  33. Isaac Smalle
  34. Amazenet Tadessa
  35. Solomon Tesfaye
  36. Graham Thornicroft
  37. Sridhar Venkatapuram
  38. Chris Willott
  39. Helen Yifter

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Universal Health Coverage, a key Sustainable Development Goal and a core WHO priority, requires investment in stronger and more resilient health systems, better prepared to deliver quality care at scale, leaving no one behind. ASSET is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Global Health Research Unit on Health System Strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa. This award forms part of £120 mill...

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