Evidence, innovation, practice. These principles guide our solutions for persistent public health problems in the developing world. ResultsinHealth’s vision is a world in which everyone lives in good health and has affordable access to health care.

ResultsinHealth operates as a social enterprise, providing tailor-made advisory services to clients in the field of public health. At the same time, we invest in developing novel concepts to achieve lasting health improvements in communities.


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Most Significant Change technique applied in research in Indonesia
10 April 2015

In January and February of this year, ResultsinHealth applied the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique in research in Indonesia, in an effort to document changes in lives of poor people who benefitted from a national poverty reduction programme. The MSC technique is commonly used as a tool in monitoring and evaluation, and applying it in research is unique.

Trainings in Jakarta
27 November 2014

From 17 to 21 November, ResultsinHealth organised three trainings in Jakarta, Indonesia: a two-day training in the Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique, a one-day MSC Database Course, and a two-day Qualitative Analysis Workshop. The last two trainings were facilitated in collaboration with Fiona Kotvojs of Kurrajong Hills Pty Ltd.

The trainings were attended by people from various organisations and countries (i.e. Mexico, Philippines, India, and Indonesia). Their combined experience and backgrounds resulted in a creative and participatory environment in which dynamic discussions were held.

ResultsinHealth presented in European conferences
09 October 2014

ResultsinHealth recently presented in two European conferences: The 2014 congress of the European branch of the International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI Europe) in Malta, and the 11th Biennial Conference of the European Evaluation Society (EES Conference) in Dublin, Ireland.


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