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Selected presentations from the 2008 International Society of Urban Health Conference

Below are links to selected presentations from the 2008 ISUH Conference. Information on the 2009 ISUH Conference in Nairobi, Kenya is at: http://www.icuh2009.org/

Urban health from a global perspective: Dr Jacob KumaresanWHO Centre for Health Development

Cities in Crisis – Voices from the Asian Periphery: Anthony Zwi, University of New South Wales

Urban health in developing countries: what do we know and where do we go?? Professor Trudy Harpham, London South Bank University, UK London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

Meeting Urban Health Needs through Innovative Research, Policies and Interventions: Alex C. Ezeh, Executive Director, African Population and Health Research Center

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  1. Lisa Basalla
    September 1, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    The Measurement, Learning, & Evaluation (MLE) Project for the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (URHI), which is implemented by the Carolina Population Center, in partnership with African Population and Health and Research Center, International Center for Research on Women, and Population Reference Bureau, will be presenting the following at ICUH and encourage conference participants attendance:

    Slums Around the World: Reproductive Health Research in Urban Slums

    Urban Reproductive Health Initiative: People and Places That are Ready for Change

    What works in family planning interventions: a systematic review of the evidence

    Monitoring and Evaluation “101” Short Course for Beginners

  2. September 28, 2009 at 2:25 pm

    I have been awarded a travel scholarshp to present my paper in the forthcoming ICHU Conference in Kanya.I want to appreciate this opportunity and rainforce the need to include more young scholars from developing countries in programe like this .it strenghtening their human capacity developement and expose them to frontiers of knowledge in the reserach community. I want to advocate for African forum in the meeting where the unique African urban health problem will be tackeled with utmost attention it desrves. Thanks

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