Track 4.4 Social accountability and the “unheard” voice of citizens: activating communities to demand for the right to health

06 Mar 2019
15:45 - 17:15
RBH Swimming Pool Room

Track 4.4 Social accountability and the “unheard” voice of citizens: activating communities to demand for the right to health

Oral Presentation Session 9


Chair: Dr Meshack Ndirangu, KCO
Co-Chair: Geraldine Umutesi, Imbuto Foundation
Rapporteur: Lilian Kamanzi – UG; Mabel Jerop – KE

Abstract No. Title Presenter/Institution/

Country

WEABO46

 

Social accountability mechanisms in health financing: a qualitative study of universal health coverage in Rwanda (40) Sarah Njenga

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

WEABO47

 

Towards UHC: raising unheard voices through the Universal Periodic Review process (285)

 

Giulia Perrone

University of Essex, United Kingdom

WEABO48

 

When, where, and how does social accountability improve health? Evidence from a mixed-method multi-country impact evaluation (292) Courtney Tolmie

Results for Development Institute, United States

WEABO49

 

#HealthForAll without the people! How to institutionalize population engagement in health-policy making (436) Laurent Musango

World Health Organization, Switzerland

WEABO50

 

Use of iMonitor+ ATM Kenya Alert system to strengthen social accountability in Kwale, Vihiga and Homabay Counties, Kenya (551) Titus Kiptai

Amref Health Africa, Kenya

WEABO51

 

Use of evidence to enhance transparency, accountability, and influence financial resource allocation in the health sector (683) Seminie Cathy Nyirenda

Christian Aid, Malawi