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    IHP staff are involved in many projects both in Sri Lanka and internationally. This section lists those projects that are publicly available.


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    2007 project listing
    1 - 10 of 20 projects found, listed by date.


    Hong Kong Domestic Health Accounts Phase 3

    Technical support to the third round of Hong Kong's Domestic Health Accounts.


    Country(s): Hong Kong SAR

    Topics: Health accounts, Health financing
    Sponsors: Hong Kong University

    Type: Advisory

    Completed: Dec 2007


    Bed Head Ticket Survey


    Country(s): Sri Lanka

    Topics: Health services, Epidemiology, Health statistics
    Sponsors: WHO

    Type: Survey

    Completed: Dec 2007


    Support to Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 2007

    Mission by Dr Rannan-Eliya, IHP Fellow, to provide technical support to Palestine Central Bureau of Statistics in establishing national health accounts system.


    Country(s): Palestine

    Topics: Health accounts, Methodology
    Sponsors: EU

    Type: Advisory

    Completed: Dec 2007


    WHO Alliance Biennial Review 2007

    Dr Rannan-Eliya, IHP Fellow, conducted a review of constraints and challenges to building health systems research capacity in developing countries.


    Country(s): Global

    Topics: Health research, Health systems
    Sponsors: WHO-AHPSR

    Type: Research

    Completed: Nov 2007


    Private Laboratory Survey 2006


    Country(s): Sri Lanka

    Topics: Health services, Health expenditures, Private healthcare, Health statistics
    Sponsors: World Bank

    Type: Survey

    Completed: Oct 2007


    Decomposing inequalities in health outcomes in countries of the WHO South-East Asia Region

    IHP is conducting this study commissioned by the WHO Commission on Social Determinants and Health to examine determinants of inequalities in health outcomes of WHO-SEAR countries.


    Country(s): Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka

    Topics: Health equity, Maternal health, MDGs
    Sponsors: WHO-CSDH

    Type: Research

    Completed: Oct 2007


    Expanding Health Care Coverage - Sri Lanka Case Study


    Country(s): Sri Lanka

    Topics: Health equity, Health systems
    Sponsors: World Bank

    Type: Research

    Completed: Oct 2007


    WHO Global Fund Evaluation Health Expenditure Workshop

    Dr Rannan-Eliya, IHP Fellow, served as a resource person to train participants how to estimate disease accounts for the WHO Global Fund Evaluation project


    Country(s): Global

    Topics: Health accounts, Health financing, HIV/AIDS, Methodology, International health initiatives
    Sponsors: WHO

    Type: Training

    Completed: Aug 2007


    The Findings from the First implementation of Standards-based Health Accounts in OECD and Developing Asia: Similarities and Differences

    IHP-organised session to present and discuss the findings of the first SHA-based health accounts collections in OECD and Asia-Pacific regions during 2000-2006.


    Country(s): Asia, OECD

    Topics: Health accounts, Health financing, Methodology
    Sponsors: IHP

    Type: Event

    Completed: Jul 2007


    Costing and financing of HIV/AIDS in Ukraine

    National workshop in Ukraine to discuss and train national experts in methods related to tracking of HIV/AIDS expenditures.


    Country(s): Ukraine

    Topics: HIV/AIDS, Health expenditure
    Sponsors: AIDS Alliance

    Type: Advisory

    Completed: Jul 2007





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