Energy access in Malawian healthcare facilities: consequences for health service delivery and environmental health conditions

12.11.2019
Many healthcare facilities (HCFs) in low-income countries experience unreliable connectivity to energy sources, which adversely impacts the quality of health service delivery and provision of adequate environmental health services.

Unpacking healthcare waste management at rural village health clinics in the Ntcheu District (Malawi)

16.09.2019
This case study explores the knowledge and practices of health surveillance assistants operating at rural village health clinics in Ntcheu District, Malawi, with regard to the collection, segregation, transportion, treatment, and disposal of healthcare waste. The article can also be accessed here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10661-019-7306-6

WASH in health care facilities and linkages with quality of care

26.03.2017
A Presentations given at the launch meeting of the WHO Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, in Lilongwe, Malawi, February 2017

WASH FIT Training Report – Embangweni, Malawi

26.03.2017
A detailed Reports of a WASH FIT training in Malawi, July 2017. The Reports provides useful details on the process of organising and running a training and implementing WASH FIT.

WASH FIT Training Report – Embangweni, Malawi

26.03.2017
A detailed report of a WASH FIT training in Malawi, July 2017. The report provides useful details on the process of organising and running a training and implementing WASH FIT.

Obstetric Facility Quality and Newborn Mortality in Malawi: A Cross-Sectional Study

26.03.2016
One possible explanation of preventable newborn deaths is poor quality of clinical care. This paper assesses facility quality and estimates the association of facility quality with neonatal mortality in Malawi.