Stephen maluka
Stephen maluka
Associate Professor, University of Dar es Salaam (IDS & DUCE)
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Decentralized health care priority-setting in Tanzania: evaluating against the accountability for reasonableness framework
S Maluka, P Kamuzora, M San Sebastiĺn, J Byskov, ŘE Olsen, E Shayo, ...
Social science & medicine 71 (4), 751-759, 2010
Perceptions on male involvement in pregnancy and childbirth in Masasi District, Tanzania: a qualitative study
SO Maluka, AK Peneza
Reproductive health 15, 1-7, 2018
Implementing accountability for reasonableness framework at district level in Tanzania: a realist evaluation
S Maluka, P Kamuzora, M SanSebastián, J Byskov, B Ndawi, ŘE Olsen, ...
Implementation Science 6, 1-15, 2011
Strengthening fairness, transparency and accountability in health care priority setting at district level in Tanzania
SO Maluka
Global health action 4 (1), 7829, 2011
Decentralization and health care prioritization process in Tanzania: from national rhetoric to local reality
SO Maluka, AK Hurtig, MS Sebastian, E Shayo, J Byskov, P Kamuzora
The International journal of health planning and management 26 (2), e102-e120, 2011
Promoting community participation in priority setting in district health systems: experiences from Mbarali district, Tanzania
P Kamuzora, S Maluka, B Ndawi, J Byskov, AK Hurtig
Global health action 6 (1), 22669, 2013
‘Unless you come with your partner you will be sent back home’: strategies used to promote male involvement in antenatal care in Southern Tanzania
AK Peneza, SO Maluka
Global health action 11 (1), 1449724, 2018
Promoting universal financial protection: a case study of new management of community health insurance in Tanzania
J Borghi, S Maluka, A Kuwawenaruwa, S Makawia, J Tantau, G Mtei, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 11, 1-13, 2013
Why are pro-poor exemption policies in Tanzania better implemented in some districts than in others?
SO Maluka
International journal for equity in health 12, 1-9, 2013
Factors for late initiation of antenatal care in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A qualitative study
S Mgata, SO Maluka
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 19, 1-9, 2019
Improving district level health planning and priority setting in Tanzania through implementing accountability for reasonableness framework: perceptions of stakeholders
S Maluka, P Kamuzora, M San Sebastián, J Byskov, B Ndawi, AK Hurtig
BMC Health Services Research 10, 1-13, 2010
Contracting-out primary health care services in Tanzania towards UHC: how policy processes and context influence policy design and implementation
S Maluka, D Chitama, E Dungumaro, C Masawe, K Rao, Z Shroff
International journal for equity in health 17, 1-13, 2018
Challenges to fair decision-making processes in the context of health care services: a qualitative assessment from Tanzania
EH Shayo, OF Norheim, LEG Mboera, J Byskov, S Maluka, P Kamuzora, ...
International journal for equity in health 11, 1-12, 2012
The accountability for reasonableness approach to guide priority setting in health systems within limited resources–findings from action research at district level in Kenya …
J Byskov, B Marchal, S Maluka, JM Zulu, SA Bukachi, AK Hurtig, A Blystad, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 12, 1-19, 2014
Community participation in the decentralised district health systems in Tanzania: why do some health committees perform better than others?
SO Maluka, G Bukagile
The International journal of health planning and management 31 (2), E86-E104, 2016
Strengthening health district management competencies in Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda: lessons from using action research to improve health workforce performance
T Martineau, J Raven, M Aikins, A Alonso-Garbayo, S Baine, R Huss, ...
BMJ global health 3 (2), e000619, 2018
Why do pregnant women in Iringa region in Tanzania start antenatal care late? A qualitative analysis
SO Maluka, C Joseph, S Fitzgerald, R Salim, P Kamuzora
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 20, 1-7, 2020
“It takes more than a fellowship program”: reflections on capacity strengthening for health systems research in sub-Saharan Africa
CO Izugbara, CW Kabiru, D Amendah, ZT Dimbuene, HPP Donfouet, ...
BMC health services research 17, 1-5, 2017
The failure of community-based health insurance schemes in Tanzania: opening the black box of the implementation process
R Kigume, S Maluka
BMC Health Services Research 21 (1), 646, 2021
Decentralisation and health services delivery in 4 districts in Tanzania: how and why does the use of decision space vary across districts?
R Kigume, S Maluka
International Journal of Health Policy and Management 8 (2), 90, 2019
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