Maintains Kenya and Uganda Health and Nutrition Research Protocol: Health System Shock Responsiveness
This Kenya research plan addresses the research question “How can health systems be made climate shock responsive for all?” The research spans the period 2020-2023 and will take place in Turkana, Marsabit and Wajir counties in Kenya. Authored by Matt Fortnam, Peter Hailey, Teddy Atim, Emily Mbelenga, and Nancy Balfour
This research plan focuses on research activities to build a robust base of empirical evidence in Bangladesh, specifically an evidence base to inform the development of adaptive, shock-responsive social protection systems in the country. Authored by Madhumitha Hebbar and Lucy Scott
This research plan summarises the research which the Maintains education team in Uganda will carry out over the next 3 years (2020-2023). The research focuses on the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities (ERP) and how its existence has impacted education services delivery for refugee and host communities alike. Findings from the research will aim to provide lessons and support for further policy in regards to education and shock responsiveness. Authored by Victoria Brown, Robinah Kyeyune, Richard Kibombo, Nabil Hudda, and Nicola Ruddle.
Evaluation of the Second-Generation Health Extension Programme’s impact on health post capacity to prevent, prepare for and respond to shocks in selected areas of Ethiopia
This research aims to support the Government of Ethiopia and partners in their efforts to strengthen the ability of the frontline health care system to cope with shocks by assessing the value and scalability of the Second Generation HEP approach for enhancing shock responsiveness, and areas where further support is needed for effective shock prevention, preparedness and response. Authored by Kate Gooding, Jana Harb, Michele Binci, Seifu Hagos, Mikias Alayu and Girum Taye