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Community-led Responsive and Effective Urban Health Systems (CHORUS) Research Programme Consortium

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Programme Data Last Updated: 11/01/2022

IATI Identifier: GB-COH-RC000658 -GB-GOV-1-301132

Description

The CHORUS consortium brings together researchers from Ghana, Nigeria, Nepal, Bangladesh and the UK to work with communities, health professionals and city-level decision makers to develop and test ways to improve the health of the poorest urban residents. It aims to address the key challenges of having an uncoordinated plurality of health providers; the wide determinants of health among poor urban residents; communicable and non-communicable diseases, and how to identify and engage urban poor residents.

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