Re-Imagining Rural Health – The State of Rural Health 20 years into Democracy

Re-Imagining Rural Health – The State of Rural Health 20 years into Democracy

Originally published in the May 2014 newsletter of the Public Health Association of South Africa (PHASA). Daygan Eagar, Rural Health Advocacy Project (RHAP)’s health budget specialist and Programme Manager for the Rural-Proofing Policy and Budgeting Programme. He provides health budget and policy monitoring training to communities and civil soc ...

Heroes of the North West

Read about the work and challenges faced by homebased care workers in North West Province. Published in the NSP Review. HBC Heroes of the North West ET 39 Marije Versteeg ...

Rural-Proofing of Policy – An Overview of International Best Practices

As part of the RPP Programme, RHAP’s Daygan Eagar conducted a desktop review of international best practices in relation to rural-proofing of policy.  Summary and Key Recommendations Globally, rural populations tend to fair worse on important socioeconomic indicators than their urban counterparts. They tend to be poorer, are unemployed in ...
HR4RH WHO Guidelines – The SA Context

HR4RH WHO Guidelines – The SA Context

Following the release of the WHO guidelines in 2012 on the recruitment and retention of human resources for health to rural areas, the RHAP, RuRESA, RuDASA, AHP, Wits Centre for Rural Health, UKZN Centre for Rural Health and UCT: PHC Directorate contextualised the guidelines to the South African context. Read the recommendations here: Human Res ...