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Karine Gatellier - Nutrition Convenor

(on maternity leave 22/04/2016 - 21/04/2017)

Health and Nutrition; Knowledge Mobilisation and Impact
T: +44 (0)1273 915739
E: k.gatellier@ids.ac.uk

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Karine responsibilities include producing content on nutrition and development issues for associated KS websites and outputs, and engaging with Southern contributors, through different partnerships, to increase the reach and visibility of southern-produced research in the area of nutrition.

Prior to working at IDS, Karine worked for various NGOs and CBOs on health & development issues with a focus on Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. She is fluent in French and Spanish.

Since the publication of the 2004 World Development Report a range of different attempts have been made to make the design, prioritisation and delivery of health services more accountable to different stakeholders. However, complex politics and power dynamics can limit or skew people's abilities to access services or hold them to account, particularly for poor and marginalized people.

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IDS is working with Health Systems Global (HSG) to develop communications, share messages and engage with its members and the global community.

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The Unequal Voices project - Vozes Desiguais in Portuguese - examines the politics of accountability in health systems in Brazil and Mozambique, exploring how accountability can be used to deliver better health services for citizens everywhere.

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In partnership with Results for Development and Results ACTION Partnership, the Institute of Development Studies is part of a consortium that aims to build accountability, strengthen policy and foster leadership in nutrition.

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MQSUN aims to provide DFID with technical services to improve the quality of nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive programmes. Services will be provided on a call down basis to DFID country offices over a period of four years.

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This is the front cover to IDS Bulletin 49.2, 'Accountability for Health Equity: Galvanising
a Movement for Universal Health Coverage'.

Accountability for Health Equity: Galvanising a Movement for Universal Health Coverage

IDS Bulletin 49.2 (2018)

This issue of the IDS Bulletin is based around three principal themes that emerged from the workshop as needing particular attention. First, the nature of accountability politics ‘in time’ and the cyclical aspects of efforts towards accountability for health equity. Second, the contested politics of ‘naming’ and measuring accountability, and the intersecting dimensions of marginalisation and exclusion that are missing from current debates. Third, the shifting nature of power in global health and new configurations of health actors, social contracts, and the role of technology. More details

IDS publications on international development research

Strengthening Accountability for Health Equity at the Institute of Development Studies

‘Accountability for Health Equity’ is an approach that places relationships of power at the centre of our understanding of how health systems function – or don’t – for all levels of society. More details

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The Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI 2013): Measuring the Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and Undernutrition in Developing Countries

IDS Evidence Report 78 (2014)

This report presents the Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI) 2013. More details

IDS publications on international development research

Analysing Nutrition Governance in Fragile Contexts: Lessons and Implications

This MQSUN Briefing describes lessons learnt and implications from a MQSUN assignment which main objective was to analyze the research and policy challenges for improving nutrition governance in a context of state fragility. More details

Transforming accountabilities for health

26 Jul 2017
By Karine Gatellier, Tom Barker

Thematic Expertise:
Nutrition.

Related Programmes and Centres:
Reducing Hunger and Undernutrition.