Track 1.4b): Prioritising initiatives that reach vulnerable, hard-to-reach and migrant populations with essential health services

06 Mar 2019
15:45 - 17:15
AD10

Track 1.4b): Prioritising initiatives that reach vulnerable, hard-to-reach and migrant populations with essential health services

Oral Presentation Session 6


Chair: Prof. Laetitia Nyirazinyoye, SPH
Co-Chair: Boniface Hlabano, AHA Malawi
Rapporteur: Donald Kurao – KE; Paola Magni – IT

Abstract No. Title Presenter/

Institution/Country

WEABO30

 

The need for universal housing coverage in health: evidence from a housing cooperative for rural health workers in Zambia (314) Spencer Huchulak

SolidarMed, Zambia

WEABO31 Door-to-door immunization strategy for reaching every child in hard-to-reach areas: a case of Migori County (329) Shikuku Duncan

Save the Children, Kenya

WEABO32

 

Reaching the community of vulnerable population: promoting regular screening to fight against non-communicable diseases in Kirehe District, Rwanda (567). Eric Twizeyimana

University of Rwanda, Rwanda

WEABO33 Health services integration: use of art as the driver to attaining the 90:90:90 global targets through integrating mental health into HIV programs, in Nairobi County (596) Brian Otieno

Alfajiri, Kenya

 

WEABO34 REACHING GRASSROOTS “Is sub granting worth it?” A case study of Health Systems Advocacy Project (307) Harriet Mugisha

Amref Health Africa, Uganda