In this initiative we are working to produce evidences and do research that can listen to hard-to-reach communities in post conflict settings, and to support evidence based health systems decisions and policies.
We are working in partnership with policy makers, health providers, community leaders, local & international NGOs and Communities.
This Initiative is led by University of Medical Sciences & Technology (UMST). Advisers to this initiative are 'Connecting health research in Africa and Ireland consortium’ (ChRAIC) and Options UK.
This initiative is multidisciplinary, consists of researchers from different backgrounds; medical, laboratory, family sciences, public health, health system & Policy, nursing, interns, and volunteers.
In this initiative we are implementing innovative approaches to listen to hard-to- reach communities.
Final "Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research" PEER workshop , Renk South Sudan 2010.