Governance, Equity and Health External Program Review: 2010 / Examen externe du programme Gouvernance, équité et santé: 2010

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    Constatations en bref de l'examen externe du programme Gouvernance, équité et santé
    (Section de l'évaluation, CRDI, Ottawa, ON, CA, 2010-09) CRDI. Section de l'évaluation
    Ce texte présente les principales constatations des rapports intitulés Governance, Equity, and Health Program Final Report 2006-2011, préparé par l’équipe du programme Gouvernance, équité et santé (GES) en avril 2010, et External Review: Governance Equity and Health Program IDRC 2006-2011, rédigé par Suneeta Singh, Demissie Habte et George Brown, en collaboration avec Emily Taylor, en août 2010. On peut obtenir le texte intégral de ces rapports en s’adressant à la Section de l’évaluation du CRDI.
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    External review of the Governance Equity and Health Program
    (Evaluation Unit, IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA, 2010-09) IDRC. Evaluation Unit
    This findings brief is based on two reports: the "Governance, Equity, and Health Program Final Report 2006-2011" by the Governance, Equity and Health program team, April 2010, and the "External Review: Governance Equity and Health Program IDRC 2006-2011" by Drs Suneeta Singh, Demissie Habte, and George Brown with support by Emily Taylor. The full reports are available from IDRC's Evaluation Unit.
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    External review : Governance, Equity and Health Program, IDRC, 2006-2011
    (2010) Brown, George F.; Habte, Demissie; Singh, Suneeta; Taylor, Emily
    Overall, the implementation of the Governance, Equity and Health (GEH) program has closely followed the program of work described in the Prospectus of April 2006 – March 2011. The program initiative places a unique focus on intensive knowledge translation within communities, civil societies and local and national governments. Achievements have been made in: convergence of research projects around primary health care; better integration and linkages with social justice to redress health inequities; wider geographical and increasing global reach of projects; and increased understanding of governance and health systems equity among GEH recipients.
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    Governance, Equity and Health : evaluation report 2006-2011
    (IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA, 2010) IDRC. Governance, Equity and Health Program
    During the first four years of Phase II (2006 – 2010), the GEH program managed 97 projects, with recipient institutions in 34 countries. GEH supports Southern researchers and institutions committed to democracy, health equity and social justice by enabling knowledge-generation and exchange, and by influencing how research on health systems is conducted and applied, especially in the context of health reforms. This evaluation report presents some of GEH key research findings, summarizes GEH’s three most significant interlinked program outcomes, provides brief reflections on challenges faced in relation to each of these three outcome categories, and summarizes lessons learned.