Who we areCOMDIS-HSD is a Research Programme Consortium funded by UK aid from the UK government. Working with partner NGOs in 10 low and middle income countries, we carry out research and, using our findings, provide evidence to policymakers to help them improve the way they deliver health services to their populations. Together with our partners, our aim is to improve the quality of prevention and care services for communicable diseases, as well as making these services easier for people to access, especially in underserved populations.
Our partner NGOs are in: Bangladesh, China, Ghana, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Swaziland, Uganda and Zambia.
Case study: April 2017
Informing policy and practice to improve quality of care for malaria in pregnancy in Uganda
Research brief: April 2017
Strengthening service delivery for malaria in pregnancy: an mHealth pilot intervention in West Nile, Uganda
Journal article: April 2017
Urban and rural differences of acute cardiovascular disease events: a study from the population-based real-time surveillance system in Zhejiang, China in 2012
Tools, tips and guides: March 2017
TB and MDR-TB infographic: We're leaving no-one behind