Latest Reports

Evaluation of MSF's Lassa Fever Project in…

A person in hazmat suit looking out through a window
Albert Masias/MSF (2019)
At the request of the authorities and the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital of
Abakaliki (AE-FUTHA), a team from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) - Operational Centre Brussels
(OCB) supported AE-FUTHA’s response to the outbreak in Ebonyi State. This emergency intervention
led to an interest in having a longer-term project to continue to support the Lassa fever response and
build institutional capacity for this neglected disease. As a result, a four-year project in Abakaliki
started end of 2018 and was later extended until 2025.

In order to improve the relevance, effectiveness and quality of its interventions, MSF, decided to conduct an
evaluation of the Abakaliki project from its onset until the end of 2022.
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Sustained high fatality during TB therapy amid…

Despite declining TB notifications in Southern Africa, TB-related deaths
remain high. We describe patient- and population-level trends in TB-related deaths in Eswatini over a period of 11 years.
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Improving The Availability & Use of SGBV Services…

MSF/Ghislain Massotte (2018)
Improving The Availability & Use of SGBV Services in Kananga Project in Central Kasai, DRC
- Phase 2 Evaluation report (in English and French)
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Evaluation du programme d'incitation basé sur la…

 CAR : A Forgotten Health Emergency
MSF/Julien Dewarichet
MSF OCB a soutenu la mise en œuvre d'un système de primes basé sur la performance (PBI pour performance based incentive) à l'hôpital de Bangassou, à partir de 2022.L’évaluation avait trois objectifs principaux: documenter la manière dont le système d'incitation basé sur les performances a été conçu et mis en place à l'hôpital de Bangassou ; identifier si les principaux objectifs du système de primes basé sur les performances ont été atteints ; et
déterminer ce qui a fonctionné et quels sont les domaines nécessitant des améliorations.
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