ISBN: 978 984 8815 08 3
Cover Type: HB
Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL)
First Published: 2011 No. of Pages: 276 Weight (kg): 1
UPL Showroom Price: 950.00 BDT
From One to Many: Scaling Up Health Programs in Low Income Countries addresses both problems and opportunities in scaling up health programs: It gives voice to the too often unheard program implementers and articulates their rarely found details and hard-won insights about the step-by-step negotiations that determine the success or failure of bringing programs to scale. At the same time it delivers the critical analysis and the breadth of perspective of academic writers who have studied scaling up efforts across the globe. It also provides the unique perspective of those with a foot in both the worlds of implementation and academia. This collection serves both as a guide book for those working on the ground scaling up health programs as well as expanding the discourse about different approaches to implementing and evaluating the process of scaling up.
1. Managing Scaling Up / 2. Planning for Scaling Up / 3. Scaling-Up HIV/AIDS Research in Uganda / 4. Improving Health Education and Poverty Reduction through Community Participation: A West Bengal Experience / 5. Scaling Up BRAC’s Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Interventions in Bangladesh / 6. Chakaria Community Health Project: Achieving Community Participation in Health Programs / 7. Human Resources Needs for Expanding Health Programs / 8. Scaling Up in eHealth: Leveraging the Potential of ICTs / 9. Implementing Urban Health Programs in Gujarat / 10. Household Water Treatment among Low-Income Populations / 11. Malaria Control in Uganda: Challenges for Scaling Up / 12. Global Expansion of Nutrition Programs / 13. Decentralized Management in the Expansion of BRAC’s Rural Tuberculosis Program (DOTS) / 14. A Health Systems Approach to Improving Primary Health Care and Maternal Health in Sindh, Pakistan / 15. Monitoring for Results / 16 . An Analytical Framework for Scaling Up pilots in Public Health / 17. Scaling Up “Scaling Up” for Health.