University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Copenhagen School of Global Health

Access to Health Services for Key population in Tanzania

HIV/AIDS has rolling back decades of socio-economic development in Sub Saharan Africa. While there are indications of declining HIV infection rates in the general population, men who have sex with men (MSM), female sex workers (FSW) and people who i ... Midterm report 2018: Key population are at higher risk of HIV and Hepatitis B and C infection and substantial proportion practice risk behaviours. Awareness and access to preventive and curative health services is poor. Stigma, violence, disc ...

Enhancing the performance and growth potential of street-food vending for accelerated socio-economic development in Ghana

The informal sector employs most people in many developing countries, with estimates in Ghana showing that 80-90% of the total population are employed in the sector. With rapid urbanization, informal activities like street-food vending are increasin ... Project Completion Report: The research objectives were in three folds bothering on the regulatory and institutional setup of the street foods sector, performance and economic viability and business related constraints and food quality and fo ...