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Javier Burgos posted Information 23 July 2019

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Javier Burgos posted Information 10 June 2019

Dr. A.T.M Iqbal Anwar, Scientist and Project Director and Dr. Sadika Akhter, Deputy Project Coordinator, UHC, Health Systems and Population Studies Division, icddr,b attended the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) during May 21-23, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Javier Burgos posted Information 9 April 2019

Eight projects, eight countries, three continents. They work hard on Public Health. They do scientific research. The inform politicians. Making new laws, for the citizens, to build better societies, more inclusive, healthier, and more democratic. With the support of European Union.

Javier Burgos posted Information 3 April 2019

During 4-7 March, 2019, a team of eight health practitioners from Bangladesh visited Uganda to participate in South-South Collaboration programme to learn about health systems innovations in Uganda.

Javier Burgos posted Information 17 December 2018

Better policies on health for urban poor in Bangladesh; National Health Research Agenda of Lao PDR; Informed Policy Making at Ugandan Parliament; NCD prevention strategy in Myanmar; Healt

Javier Burgos posted Information 19 September 2018

The relevance of health research for society is increasingly becoming an issue. Governments, funding agencies and civil society demand from researchers more accountability and more direct inputs into health policy development.

Javier Burgos posted Information 18 September 2018

In the Support to Public Health Institutes Programme (SPHIP), research institutes in eight low- and lower middle- income countries work together in networks with universities and non-governmental organisations from Europe as well as neighbouring low- and lower middle- income countries.

Javier Burgos posted Information 22 February 2018

University World News has produced an article: "promoting the value of useful and used research", where the work of the African Evidence Network is explained.