Building Capacities to Evaluate Health Inequities: Some Lessons Learned from Evaluation Experiments in China, India and Chile: New Directions for Evaluation, Number 154
Sanjeev Sridharan, Kun Zhao, April Nakaima
John Wiley & Sons, Jul 17, 2017 - Education - 144 pages
The World Health Organization defines health inequities as differences in health outcomes that are systematic, avoidable, and unjust; and the result of poor social policies, unfair economic arrangements, and bad politics. This volume describes the role that evaluations can play in addressing health inequities. A key focus is on the types of capacities that need to be built to evaluate inequities.
Bringing alive these questions around evaluation capacities are theory and practice studies from China, Chile, and India.
This is the 154th issue in the New Directions for Evaluation series from Jossey-Bass. It is an official publication of the American Evaluation Association.
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