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World Health Day 2021

Africa © Jiagang GuoApril 7 marks the World Health Day, and this year WHO is calling for actions to build a fairer, healthier world

To support this campaign, Infectious Diseases of Poverty has collected some of our most relevant content on this topic to share with our research community. 

Thematic series: Social innovation to transform health care delivery

Guest edited by Lenore Manderson, Uche Amazigo and Phyllis Dako-Gyeke

L van Niekerk_SIHI Philippines_2017-4 © van NiekerkThis series features the work of the Social Innovation in Health Initiative established in 2014 under TDR’s leadership and in collaboration with research organizations and partners to advance social innovation through research, capacity strengthening and advocacy. In showcasing community-engaged approaches in transforming health care delivery, we illustrate how social innovation can accelerate progress towards Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Other featured articles

Spatio-temporal co-occurrence of hotspots of tuberculosis, poverty and air pollution in Lima, Peru

Out-of-pocket payments and economic consequences from tuberculosis care in eastern China: income inequality

Temporal trends in areas at risk for concomitant tuberculosis in a hyperendemic municipality in the Amazon region of Brazil

Spatial distribution of people diagnosed with tuberculosis through routine and active case finding: a community-based study in Kampala, Uganda

From control to elimination: a spatial-temporal analysis of malaria along the China-Myanmar border

Impact of a community-based intervention on Aedes aegypti and its spatial distribution in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso