This is the Health Network Shareweb of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC. Our staff and partners as well as anybody interested in international health issues are welcome to use the SDC Health Shareweb. This shareweb serves as a gateway to the latest SDC Health Policy and Practice, the Swiss contribution to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals related to health, as well as to general information about the work we are doing. Read more about us...
World Malaria Report 2016
year's World Malaria Report report tracks progress towards the 2020
malaria goals of the "Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030".
It offers an in-depth analysis of trends in malaria control and
elimination at global, regional and country levels. The report also acknowledges the contributions of SDC and SwissTPH to GlobMal. Read more>>
Status and Prospects of Family Medicine Development in the Republic of Tajikistan
On 27th September 2016 the Ministry of Health and Social Protection (MoHSP) convened a regional conference entitled “Status and Prospects of Family Medicine Development in the Republic of Tajikistan”. The event was supported by the key partners of MoHSP, namely SDC, WHO, the World Bank, the European Union and the Aga Khan Foundation. Read more>>
P4H Knowledge-Learning-Innovation Brief on how to advance Universal Health CoverageP4H is a global network of bi- and multilateral organisations which provide coordinated technical assistance and capacity building to countries developing health financing and social health protection strategies. In cooperation with P4H, GIZ recently published the first Knowledge-Learning-Innovation Brief on four countries and their challenges on the way towards universal health coverage. Read more>>
Assessing and improving quality of health services for effective Universal Health Coverage In
global debates on UHC, much emphasis is placed on access for all and
financial protection. Yet, quality of service is a crucial factor when translating service and population coverage into positive health outcomes. A recent article describes a quality
assessment methodology using an electronic format that can be embedded
in supervision activities and conducted by council health staff. Read more>>
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