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ThinkWell is researching and analyzing the cost-drivers of clustered randomized control trials (CRCTs) in various settings.
ThinkWell coordinated and oversaw the 2012 annual program review (APR) of Bangladesh’s heath sector. This 18-person, three-month intensive review assessed seven key aspects of the health sector, from public financial management to urban health.
ThinkWell is supporting the High Health Council of Jordan with health systems research to assess health inequity in Jordan, especially as it relates to children and adolescents.
ThinkWell performed an assessment to re-envision maternal and newborn health in Indonesia and explore how the private sector and civil society can ignite change.
ThinkWell identified strengths and bottlenecks for the improved functioning of the current voucher system.
ThinkWell conducted an analysis to identify bottlenecks to achieving universal health coverage in selected countries from the World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean Region.
ThinkWell is working to increase and support country-led HIV programming and expand local capacity.
ThinkWell provided high-level strategic advice to the leadership of the ministries of health in Nepal and Myanmar on pathways to achieve Universal Health Coverage.
ThinkWell studied methods to foster participation in governance from citizens and stakeholders in Africa. We looked at the range of methods being used and factors that influence their effectiveness.
ThinkWell supports Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s $100 million HIV control project in Gaza and Nampula provinces.
ThinkWell undertook a global review of quality of care in 25 results-based financing (RBF) programs to create a database of quality of care checklists, an analysis of trends, and detailed case studies.
ThinkWell engaged with the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B) to develop analytical tools used to design Bangladesh’s national health insurance pilot.