Malaria Programme Review Sudan

Malaria Program Review

The Public Health Institute coordinated and managed the Malaria Programme-performance Review in conjunction with the National Malaria Control Program, as part of a two-step program development process. The objectives of the review were to review the malaria epidemiology in Sudan, review the policy and programming framework as well as the current service delivery systems and their performance and challenges, assess the progress towards achievement of targets, and define the next steps for improving programme performance.

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Ebola

Ebola: Updates, research, recommendations and risk communication

The current Ebola epidemic in West Africa is the largest in history. To date, there have been 13,703 cases with 4,920 deaths, the vast majority of which have been in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leon. Twenty cases have been detected in Nigeria, and one case in Senegal, Mali and Spain. Four people have died in the United States.

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Muna I Abdel Aziz

November Highlight: Dr Muna Abdel Aziz

Dr. Muna graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum (MBBS, Nov 1989) and started working in Public Health from May 1992; initially in the Sudan and for over ten years in the UK. She has long experience in both academic and professional public health roles; with significant experience in health strategy, commissioning, teaching and research.

 

 

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Health System Finance Review

Sudan is on the road to achieving universal health care for all its citizens. As a part of this, the Public Health Institute led a 5 member team in a comprehensive review of the health system financing. The exercise followed the Organizational ASsessment for Improving and Strengthening health financing system (OASIS) guidelines, in collaboration with the National Health Insurance Fund, the World Health Organization and the Federal Ministry of Health.

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Fifth Public Health Forum

The fifth Global Health Strategy workshop to discuss Sudan’s post 2015 agenda on the Millennium Developmental Goals, as a recommendation from the first workshop held in April, 2013, was held on December 5th in the Salam Rotana hotel, attended by representatives and policy makers from different ministries, mainly the ministries of Health, Foreign Affairs, Trade, Social Welfare, the National Population Council, the National Council for Child Welfare, the WHO and several UN agencies, as well academics and representatives from different embassies.

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Public Health Forum

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Public Health Institute is a multi-disciplinary Institute that promotes creation of new knowledge and application of evidence-based science through delivering applied health research, professional training and teaching programs aimed at enhancing the leadership and performance of the health system and improving health and health care nationally and internationally.

PHI intends to create an Excellence and Innovation for Health network to help promote the concept of decision-making based on evidence and bring the changes necessary to reformulate the health...

The National Pulmonary Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey was launched by the FMOH, PHI and the National TB Program in February 2013 and ended in May 2014 under the governance of the WHO and funding...

PHI conducted several secondary analyses from the second Sudan Household Health Survey 2010. Neonatal mortality in Sudan was studied by Amal O Bashir, Ghada H Ibrahim, Igbal A Bashier and Ishag...

PHI conducted a comprehensive review of the financing of the health system as part of the combined efforts of the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) to...