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MSFeCARE is an electronic clinical decision support system designed to improve quality of care and rational use of antibiotics for childhood illnesses in children <5 years in primary health care. To assess the health workers’, patients’ and communities’ perception of MSFeCARE and its impact on consultation process we conducted a qualitative study six months after MSFeCARE deployment in Central African Republic.

This study was conducted by Paul Grohma on behalf of the MSF Vienna Evaluation Unit.
26/09/2017

Since Kyrgyzstan is one of the 27 high multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) burden countries listed by the WHO, MSF started a drug-resistant tuberculosis project in Kara Suu District in 2012. A qualitative study was undertaken to understand the perception of TB and DR-TB in order to improve the effectiveness and acceptance of the MSF intervention and to support advocacy strategies for an ambulatory model of care.

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This article was written by Doris Burtscher on behalf of the MSF Vienna Evaluation Unit.
02/06/2016

This study analyses the composition of armed groups and their relationship to the local populations by taking processes of migration, marginalisation and state into consideration. Also, it elaborates on the multi-layered conflicts in the region, the changes related to the crisis, the influx of IDPs as well as the growing importance of religious identity.

by Paul Grohma
17/09/2015

Anthropological study of community-based perception of TB and DR-TB, Kara Suu, Osh, Kyrgyzstan

Doris Burtscher
15/01/2015