Honorary Staff and Doctoral Students- Health Systems Cluster

Annie Willets focuses on comparing uptake of different rapid technologies for diagnostic testing at primary care level for TB, malaria, HIV in Kenya.

Evans Danso is looking at the impact of the Global Fund tuberculosis grant for Ghana on TB treatment outcomes and the implications of the withdrawal of this funding in 2015.

Esther Azasi is examining Ghana's CHPS (Community-based Health Planning and Services) effectiveness in the Northern region, using a fragility lens.

Tarek Alkhali is exploring the use of ICT applications in supporting health service delivery within settings of inaccessibility, focusing on the Syrian context during the conflict from 2011 – 2020.

Ayesha Idriss is understanding the role of informal healthcare providers in providing noncommunicable disease care in Sierra Leone.

Abdulai Jawo Bah is generating the evidence to establish a collaborative care model for perinatal mental health in Sierra Leone.

Zeina Jamal is studying the linkages between mental distress and non-communicable diseases amongst adult Palestine refugees in Jordan.

Ifeyinwa Victor-Uadiale is examining the influence of community-based interventions on behavioural risk factors for noncommunicable diseases in fragile settings in Sub Saharan Africa. 

Ibrahim Bou-Orm is exploring the political economy of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and the system dynamics of their prevention and control in fragile Lebanon.