8 June 2022

District Governance and Improved Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health in South Africa: Pathways of Change

Staff inolved: Helen Schneider, Asha George, Fidele Mukinda and Hanani Tabana
3 March 2022

Working Towards Inclusive, Socially Accountable and Resilient Community Health Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue

Staff inolved: Charles Michelo, Anna-Karin Hurtig, Helen Schneider
16 November 2021

Exploring Politics and Contestation in the Policy Process- The Case of Zambia’s Contested Community Health

Staff inolved: Joseph M. Zulu, Maligzani P. Chavula, Adam Silumbwe, Margarate N. Munakampe, Chama Mulubwa, Wanga Zulu, Charles Michelo, Helen SchneiderUta Lehmann
30 September 2021

Prof Helen Schneider receives the DVC Special Recognition Awards in Research and Innovation

The 2021 virtual Research Recognition Awards celebrated UWC's achievements and milestones in Research and Innovation.
30 September 2021

Local Dynamics of Collaboration for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health: A Social Network Analysis of Healthcare Providers and Their Managers in Gert Sibande District, South Africa

Staff inolved: Fidele Kanyimbu Mukinda, Sara Van Belle, Helen Schneider
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

Developing a district level supportive supervision framework for community health workers through co-production in South Africa

Staff inolved: Tumelo Assegaai, Helen Schneider and Vera Scott
11 August 2021

Scoping review protocol of service delivery-related interventions to improve maternal and newborn health in low-income and middle-income countries

Staff inolved: Solange Mianda and Olamide Todowede and Helen Schneider
11 August 2021

Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa

Staff inolved: Ida Okeyo, Uta Lehmann, Helen Schneider