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Future Health Systems Research Programme Consortium

start date
2 March 2015

Future Health Systems (FHS) is a research consortium working to improve access, affordability and quality of health services for the poor.

Funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) since 2005, FHS  is a partnership of leading research institutes from across the globe working in a variety of contexts to build resilient health systems for the future in Bangladesh, Uganda, China, India, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ethiopia.

Future Health Systems website

People

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Annie Lowden

Senior Project Officer

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Annie Wilkinson

Research Fellow

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Gerald Bloom

Research Fellow

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Henry Lucas

Research Fellow

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Jeremy Allouche

Research Fellow

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Karine Gatellier

Nutrition Convenor

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Leah Murphy

Health and Education Convenor

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Linda Waldman

Director of Teaching and Learning

Projects

Project

Health Systems Global Communications

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

Recent work

News

UNGA74: governments must commit to social science for ‘health for all’

As global leaders come together for the 74th UN General Assembly, a major focus will be the High-Level Meeting: ‘Universal Health Coverage: Moving Together to Build a Healthier World’ on 23 September. This is a global opportunity to mobilise the highest political support for the achievement...

19 September 2019

News

Recommendations for G20 on achieving Universal Health Coverage

Recommendations from a group of health experts, including IDS Research Fellow Dr Gerald Bloom, highlight the vital role that the G20, who are due to gather in Japan in June 2019, can play in achieving universal health coverage (UHC).  UHC is a key target articulated in the United Global Goals...

24 May 2019