AN ACADEMIC COLLECTIVE WORKING ON THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT

WE ARE BASED LARGELY WITHIN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON'S INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH (IGH)

WITH LINKS TO THE LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE, UCL ECONOMICS, THE INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL STUDIES, UMEA UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN.

WE HAVE ACTIVE PROJECTS IN INDIA, NEPAL, BANGLADESH, MALAWI, UGANDA AND IRAN.

FEATURED PROJECT
The general objective of DIFFER is to improve sexual and reproductive health for all women by expanding and strengthening sexual and reproductive health services, and providing and testing targeted interventions for female sex workers (FSW) in the context of existing health systems. The research will take place in 3 sub-Saharan» Learn more
FEATURED PAPER
Women's groups and health education by peer counsellors can improve the health of mothers and children. We assessed their effects on mortality and breastfeeding rates in rural Malawi. We did a 2×2 factorial, cluster-randomised trial in 185 888 people in Mchinji district. 48 equal-sized clusters were randomly allocated to four» Learn more
TEAM MEMBERS
Matthias Arnold
Matthias works on a project aiming to evaluate a pneumococcal vaccine introduction in Malawi. Part of the overall evaluation is an economic evaluation, which aims to estimate how expensive it is to treat pneumonia, to vaccinate children and how the vaccine introduction influences the cost for households and health service providers in Malawi. Matthias is» Learn more