|INDEPTH is a pioneer in health and population research, providing robust answers to some of the most important questions in development. Through its global network of health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) field sites in Africa, Asia and Oceania, it is capable of producing reliable longitudinal data not only about the lives of people in low- and middle-income countries, but about the impact on those lives of development policies and programmes.
Maternal, child and new born meeting in Navrongo
While under-five deaths continue to decline due to increased survival of post-neonatal infants and children, deaths among newborns less than 28 days old have not substantially . . Read more...
IUHC analysis and writing workshop held in SA
The INDEPTH Universal Health Coverage (IUHC) pilot study funded by Rockefeller Foundation seeks to use the unique position of the INDEPTH platform of health and demographic . . Read more...
Former INDEPTH SAC member gets new appointment
A former member of the INDEPTH Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), Prof. Pedro Alonso, has been appointed the Director of the World Health Organisation’s Global Malaria Programme. . . Read more...
INDEPTH Network and Pop Council to share ideas on policy dialogue
Dr Jill Keesbury, the Deputy Director for Knowledge Translation and Use of The Evidence Project, a consortium led by the Population Council of which INDEPTH is a partner, . . Read more...
INDEPTH adds data to its online data archives and launches INDEPTHStats App for tablets and mobile phones
INDEPTH has today July 1, 2014 announced important updates on the INDEPTH Data Repository and INDEPTHStats, two online data archives that continue to build and strengthen capacity for research data management and sharing and improve free access to health and science research in LMICs.Read more...
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