Disability Inclusion for Health and Development
The Disability Inclusion for Health & Development Unit (DIHD) supports equitable development through the design and delivery of tools, strategies, research and training to overcome discrimination and ensure the participation of the most disadvantaged populations.
- Access to Quality Education
- CBM-Nossal Institute Partnership for Disability Inclusive Development
- Disability and social inclusion technical advice for the Kiribati Facility
- Physical rehabilitation evidence, standards, and their impact on health and society
- The impact of aid investment for orthotics and prosthetics: the case of Nippon Foundation and Exceed
- The Pacific Indicators for Disability-Inclusive Education
- The Rapid Assessment of Disability (RAD)
- W-DARE: Women with Disability taking Action on REproductive and Sexual Health
Health Systems Governance and Financing
The Governance and Financing Unit (GFU) aims to strengthen the foundations of health systems – their governance, funding arrangements and policy frameworks – to better support the delivery of effective services and programs.
- A health systems approach to an economic evaluation of nurse mentoring models in India
- Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Pro-Poor Policy—The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI)
- Development and delivery of a global learning program on health systems strengthening for UNICEF
- Ethics & equity: Implications for health systems research priority-setting
- Health Governance and Nutrition Development Project
- Health seeking behaviour in four Indian States
- Research Hub for the Asia-Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (APO)
Maternal, Sexual and Reproductive Health
The Maternal, Sexual and Reproductive Health Unit promotes equitable access to quality maternal, sexual and reproductive health services via programmatic, educational and research-based initiatives, with a focus on building health systems to more effectively reach under-served populations in low and middle income countries.
Non Communicable Disease Unit
The Non-communicable Disease Prevention and Control Unit has recently relocated from Monash University and has combined with the existing world-class expertise and capabilities of Professor Brian Oldenburg and his team.