Global Health diplomacy in conflict and post conflict areas
Investigator: Sebastian Kevany, MPH
Location(s): Zimbabwe; Sudan; Thailand; Iraq
My work focuses on conflict and post-conflict settings, conducting program evaluation, diplomatic alignment, and cost-effectiveness assesments.
In politically challenging environments, access by international health partnerships to "off-limits" areas is a remarkable achievement, which must informed by the most cost-effective,and appropriate interventions. The selection of culturally, religiously, politically, and even economically appropriate programmes is the nascent theory and practice of global health diplomacy.