The review consists of two main research methods. First, a systematic literature review of the evidence on health interventions and contextual factors, complemented by an in-depth analysis of studies in selected health topics (malaria, poliomyelite, neglected tropical diseases, non communicable disaeases and sexual and reproductive health). Second, qualitative expert interviews with practitioners, policy makers and academics addressing the core health topics and contextual factors. The research for the health topics was conducted by staff at LSHTM, while the research on the contextual factors was led by staff at Harvard (see Annex 1 for further details on study structure and staffing).
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