Bibliography

This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

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Maternal health care utilization in Nairobi and Ouagadougou: Evidence from HDSS
Rossier C; Muindi K; Soura A; Mberu B; Lankoande B; Kabiru C; Millogo R (2014 July)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Socio demographic characteristics, antenatal clinic attendance and PMTCT knowledge of postnatal HIV women at an urban public health facility in Nairobi, Kenya
Imbaya C; Odhiambo-Otieno G (2015)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Socio demographic characteristics, antenatal clinic attendance and PMTCT knowledge of postnatal HIV women at an urban public health facility in Nairobi, Kenya
Imbaya C; Odhiambo-Otieno G (2015)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Understanding inequities in child vaccination rates among the urban poor: Evidence from Nairobi and Ouagadougou health and demographic surveillance systems
Soura AB; Mberu B; Elungata P; Lankoande B; Millogo R; Beguy D; Compaore Y (2015 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Determinants of immunization inequality among urban poor children: Evidence from Nairobi's informal settlements
Egondi T; Oyolola M; Mutua MK; Elung'ata P (2015 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services
The impact of health service variables on healthcare access in a low resourced urban setting in the Western Cape, South Africa
Scheffler E; Visagie S; Schneider M (2015 June)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Towards spatial justice in urban health services planning: A spatial-analytic GIS-based approach using Dar es Salaam, Tanzania as a case study
Amer S (2007)
Themes:
Values, policies and rights
Women empowerment and practices regarding use of dual protection among family planning clients in urban Zimbabwe
Mutowo J; Kasu CM; Mufunda E (2014 April)
Themes:
Values, policies and rights
Strong association between in-migration and HIV prevalence in urban sub-Saharan Africa
Voeten HA; Vissers DC; Gregson S; Zaba B; White RG; de Vlas SJ; Habbema JD (2010 December)
Themes:
Equity and HIV/AIDS
Are slum dwellers at heightened risk of HIV infection than other urban residents? evidence from population-based HIV prevalence surveys in Kenya
Madise NJ; Ziraba AK; Inungu J; Khamadi SA; Ezeh A; Zulu EM; Kebasog J; Okothd V; Mwaud M (2012 September)
Themes:
Equity and HIV/AIDS

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