6 May 2022

Collaborative project on gender transformative approaches to improve sexual, reproductive and maternal health in Africa launched

The School of Public Health recently began work on two exciting aspects of a global research project focusing on gender transformative approaches to improve sexual, reproductive and maternal health in Africa.
11 August 2021

Practice of death surveillance and response for maternal, newborn and child health: a framework and application to a South African health district

Staff inolved: Fidele Mukinda, Asha George, Sara Van Belle, Helen Schneider
11 August 2021

Democratic South Africa at 25 – a conceptual framework and narrative review of the social and structural determinants of adolescent health

Staff inolved: Tanya Jacobs and Asha George
11 August 2021

Are rhetorical commitments to adolescents reflected in planning documents? An exploratory content analysis of adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Global Financing Facility country plans

Staff inolved: Asha S. George, Tanya Jacobs, Mary V. Kinney, Annie Haakenstad, Neha S. Singh, Kumanan Rasanathan & Mickey Chopra
4 August 2021

Policy foundations for transformation: a gender analysis of adolescent health policy documents in South Africa

Staff inolved: Tanya Jacobs, Asha George, Michelle De Jong
23 March 2021

Health Policy Analysis for Annual Reviews

In this one-hour webinar, Asha George and Mary Kinney from University of the Western Cape in South Africa provide an overview of health policy analysis.
10 December 2020

The action for reset dialogues: Interview with Asha George

Have countries learned lessons on how to build on communities in dealing with health and social issues?
9 November 2020

Asha George, HSG Chair, kicked off the 6th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research

Watch the 30-minute live-streamed HSR2020 launch event that took place on 5 November featuring a welcome from HSG Chair, Asha George, and contributions from Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (WHO Director General), and members past and present of the Emerging Voices for Global Health.
4 March 2020

Drastic action is needed to ensure a better future for South Africa’s children, by Mark Tomlinson, Asha George, Tanya Doherty