Total publications found: 102

The Persistence of Informal Practices and Payments in Digitalised Government Services: A Scoping Study of Trade Licensing in Bangladesh

Authors: Meraz Ahmed, Wazida Hasan, Md. Amran Hossain, Zabirr Hossain, Zulkarin Jahangir, Mushtaq Khan, Md. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rumana Sharmin, Munshi Sulaiman
Publication date: March 2024

Digitalisation of government services in developing countries is often heralded as a tool for enhancing transparency, improving service quality and mitigating informal payments to government ...

The Promise of Grassroots Approaches to Solving Absenteeism in Primary Health-Care Facilities in Nigeria: Evidence from a Qualitative Study

Authors: Obinna Onwujekwe, Prince Agwu, Pallavi Roy, Eleanor Hutchinson, Charles Orjiakor, Martin McKee, Chukwudi Nwokolo C, Mushtaq Khan, Susannah H Mayhew, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: April 2023

Absenteeism among primary health-care (PHC) workers in Nigeria is widespread and is a major obstacle to achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC). There is increasing research ...

Designing feasible anti-corruption strategies in the Nigerian health system: A latent class analysis of a discrete choice experiment

Authors: Blake Angell, Obinna Onwujekwe, Pallavi Roy, Chukwudi Nwokolo C, Martin McKee, Kate Mandeville, Divine Obodoechi, Prince Agwu, Aloysius Odii, Charles Orjiakor, Eleanor Hutchinson, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: April 2023

Health worker absenteeism is a major form of corruption in the Nigerian health system, reducing the impact of healthcare investment and disproportionately affecting vulnerable communities. ...

Absenteeism in primary health centres in Nigeria: leveraging power, politics and kinship

Authors: Aloysius Odii, Obinna Onwujekwe, Eleanor Hutchinson, Prince Agwu, Charles Orjiakor, Pamela Ogbozor, Pallavi Roy, Martin McKee, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: December 2022

Background Primary health centres (PHCs) in Nigeria suffer critical shortages of health workers, aggravated by chronic absenteeism that has been attributed to insufficient resources to govern ...

A New Approach to Anti-Corruption – When Rule-Breakers rule

Authors: Pallavi Roy, Agata Slota, Mushtaq Khan
Publication date: December 2022

This toolkit provides a step by step guide to analysing corruption problems and developing realistic and effective anti-corruption strategies in contexts where the rule of ...

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