2021–2022 Takemi Fellows (38th Group)
Dr. Angele Mendy (Senegal/Switzerland)
Dynamics of internal mobility of Gambian nurses: what consequences on the provision of health care and the functioning of the health system? (DIMONG)
Dr. Beatrice Wamuti (Kenya)
Dr. Bolaji Egbewale (Nigeria)
Identifying barriers to uptake of proven interventions for reducing childhood morbidity or mortality in Nigeria: a multilevel population-based cross sectional study
Dr. Farah Shroff (Canada)
Women’s Health in Global Context: creating policies for well-being through the COVID Catalyst Study.
Dr. Karla Unger (Mexico)
Estimating unmet healthcare needs of cancer patients in Mexico
Dr. Lelisa Fekadu Assebe (Ethiopia)
Equity Impact of Package of Health Interventions Addressing Infectious and Neglected Tropical Diseases in Ethiopia.
Dr. Lilah Rinsky (Israel)
Effect of Changing Occupational Patterns in given Medical Aspects on the Longevity of Working Life among Israeli Working Elderlies, including an International Comparison
Ms. Michelle Amri (Canada)
Investigating the World Health Organization’s concept of health equity and translation to policy and practice.
Dr. Obinna Ikechukwu Ekunwife (Nigeria)
Behavioral Intervention to Enhance PrEP Uptake by High-Risk Adolescent Girls in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
Dr. Omar Karlsson (Sweden)
The Effects of Access to Electricity and Ownership of Household Appliances on Child Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
Dr. Ranganayakulu Bodavala (India)
A Proposal to Develop and Deploy Smart Solar Light as Mosquito Pacifier for Use by All At Risk, Indoors and Outdoors.
Dr. Reiko Miyahara (Japan)
Identifying High-Risk Group Clusters Based on Multilevel Data in High TB Countries.
Dr. Roger Sodjinou (Benin, Niger)
Shaping Nutrition Policies to Accelerate Progress Toward Improving Child Survival and Development in Benin: A Multi-Level Analysis of Levels, Trends, and Drivers of Child Stunting as well as Key Policy Reforms and Programmatic Shifts Needed.