Reports and Publications for "Health"
  1. Kabeer Dawani, Low Cost, Low Access? A Misplaced Focus on Drug Pricing in Pakistan. Collective Blog. June 2019.

    Keywords: Economy, Health

  2. Kabeer Dawani, The hike in drug prices may be painful, but it’s necessary. May 2019.

    Keywords: Economy, Health

  3. Hussain Bux Mallah, Using wood as fuel. Collective Blog. January 2019.

  4. Mysbah Balagamwala, Shifting Norms. Collective Blog. October 2014.

    Keywords: Gender, Health, LANSA, Nutrition

  5. Ayesha Khan, Paid Work as a Pathway of Empowerment: Pakistan's Lady Health Worker Programme. in A. Cornwall and J. Edwards, eds. Feminisms, Empowerment and Development: Changing Women's Lives. London. Zed Books. March 2014.

    Keywords: Gender, Health

  6. Haris Gazdar, Ayesha Khan and Saman Qureshi, Causes and Implications of Induced Abortion in Pakistan: A Social and Economic Analysis. Karachi. Collective for Social Science Research. June 2012.

  7. Ayesha Khan, Women's Health: Poor Services. Dawn. March 2011.

    Keywords: Health, Women

  8. Saeeda Gopang, Present Issues of Women's Health in Pakistan. Awami Aawaz. June 2010.

    Keywords: Gender, Health

  9. Ayesha Khan, Unexpected Finding. Dawn. May 2010.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  10. Saman Qureshi, Exploring the Links between Contraception, Abortion and Maternal Health in Pakistan,Resource Brief No.3. Collective for Social Science Research. January 2010.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  11. Dr. Shehla Zaidi, Prof. Zulfiqar Bhutta, Asad Sayeed, Zahid Memon and Dr. Ajmal Agha, Result Based Financing Mechanisms for Improving Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outputs: A Feasibility Study for 10 Selected Districts of Rural Sindh. The Aga Khan University, Karachi. 2010.

    Keywords: Health

  12. Haris Gazdar, Ayesha Khan and Saman Qureshi, Measuring the Economic Costs of Unsafe Abortion Mortality and Morbidity in Pakistan: Preliminary Findings and Survey Design. Collective For Social Science Research, Karachi. January 2010.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  13. Saman Qureshi, Mothers not Martyrs. The News. October 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  14. Saeeda Gopang, United Nation and Women's Health in Pakistan. Urdu Anjaam. July 2009.

    Keywords: Gender, Health

  15. Ayesha Khan, Using the Event Cycle Approach for Research and Programmes, Resource Brief No.2. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. June 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  16. Haris Gazdar, Unsafe Abortion-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: Communicating "Unmet Need" Across Disciplines, Resource Brief No.1. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. June 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  17. Sarah Malik, Sad But True Why Women Choose to Procure the Services of Unsafe Providers. The News. April 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  18. Saeeda Gopang, The Need to Improve Health System. Awami Awaz. April 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  19. Saeeda Gopang, United Nations and Women's Health. Awami Awaz. April 2009.

    Keywords: Gender, Health

  20. Saeeda Gopang, Women have no Basic Access to Health Care. Anjaam. April 2009.

    Keywords: Gender, Health

  21. Saeeda Gopang, Issues of Women's Health and Unsafe Health Providers. Awami Awaz. March 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  22. Ayesha Khan, Unsafe Abortion-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: Findings from a Literature Review. Research Output No. 2. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. March 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  23. Sarah Malik, A Growing Menace. The News. March 2009.

    Keywords: Health, Gender

  24. Ayesha Khan, Women's Empowerment and the Lady Health Worker Programme in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2008.

    Keywords: Gender, Health, Labour

  25. Ayesha Khan, Haris Gazdar and Shama Mohammed, Measuring the Economic Costs of Unsafe Abortion Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: A Review of Methodology and Approach. Research Output No.1. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. November 2008.

    Keywords: Health, Gender