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.
Journal article: August 2016
Understanding implementation and feasibility of tobacco cessation in routine primary care in Nepal: a mixed methods study
Tools, tips and guides: August 2016
Infographic: Can behaviour change support reduce tobacco use in Nepal?
Journal article: July 2016
Assessing supply-side barriers to uptake of intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in pregnancy: a qualitative study, Uganda
Journal article: June 2016
Improving the quality of care of children in community clinics: an intervention and evaluation in Bangladesh