Book Review: Improving Aid Effectiveness in Global Health, Elvira Beracochea, Editor. Springer New York 2015,

  • Christine Kirunga Tashobya Makerere School of Public Health
Keywords: Global Health, Aid, Effectiveness

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Author Biography

Christine Kirunga Tashobya, Makerere School of Public Health

Christine Kirunga Tashobya is a Ugandan medical doctor. She worked for 5 years at hospital level before she moved to the national level, where she has been stationed at the Ministry of Health for most of the last two decades. In Uganda, Christine has worked for the Government of Uganda, the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) and Makerere School of Public Health. She has also been involved in short term assignments in a number of countries in the sub-Saharan Africa region including Mozambique and South Sudan. Christine holds a Master of Arts in Demography from Makerere University (Uganda) and a Master of Science in Health Policy Planning and Financing from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK). She is completing a Ph D at Catholic University of Louvain and Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp, Belgium, in May 2015. Christine’s main areas of work have been health financing, partner coordination, capacity building for health system management, providing support to district health system managers and performance assessment.

References

Bossyns P & Verle P, Eds. Development cooperation as learning in progress: Dealing with the urge for the fast and easy. Studies on Health Services Organisation & Policy, 33, 2016. ITG Press, Antwerp, Belgium.

Published
2016-05-16