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Report of the global meeting of national leprosy programme managers: report of the meeting, New Delhi, India, 23-25 Nov 2015
Regional Office for South-East Asia, World Health Organization

The global meeting of national leprosy programme managers was part of a consultation process organized by WHO's Global Leprosy Programme (GLP) to review the current leprosy situation and discuss new technology and knowledge available to address the leprosy problem worldwide in order to finalize the Global Leprosy Strategy, 2016-2020. Representatives of 45 national leprosy and experts in relevant fields participated in the deliberations. The meeting participants agreed on the Global Leprosy S...

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Group interpersonal therapy (IPT) for depression
World Health Organization

From Advocacy to Action in Global Adolescent Health
Ross, David A;Santelli, John S;Viner, Russell M;Sawyer, Susan M;Patton, George C

In May 2016, The Lancet published a report titled, "Our Future: A Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing," the culmination of three years of work from a geographically diverse interdisciplinary group. The report argued that healthy growth across adolescence and young adulthood shapes life course and intergenerational trajectories so that health investments yield a "triple dividend." With current global interest in adolescent health at an unprecedented level, it outlines three ne...

From Advocacy to Action in Global Adolescent Health
Ross, David A;Santelli, John S;Viner, Russell M;Sawyer, Susan M;Patton, George C

In May 2016, The Lancet published a report titled, "Our Future: A Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing," the culmination of three years of work from a geographically diverse interdisciplinary group. The report argued that healthy growth across adolescence and young adulthood shapes life course and intergenerational trajectories so that health investments yield a "triple dividend." With current global interest in adolescent health at an unprecedented level, it outlines three ne...

Subnational variation for care at birth in Tanzania: is this explained by place, people, money or drugs?
Lawn, Joy E;Mtei, Gemini;Armstrong, Corinne E;Singh, Neha S;Ruktanochai, Corrine W;Matthews, Zoe;John, Theopista;Msemo, Georgina;Borghi, Josephine;Magoma, Moke;Martínez-Álvarez, Melisa;Afnan-Holmes, Hoviyeh;Grundy, Chris

Tanzania achieved the Millennium Development Goal for child survival, yet made insufficient progress for maternal and neonatal survival and stillbirths, due to low coverage and quality of services for care at birth, with rural women left behind. Our study aimed to evaluate Tanzania's subnational (regional-level) variations for rural care at birth outcomes, i.e., rural women giving birth in a facility and by Caesarean section (C-section), and associations with health systems inputs (financing,...