A mobile charging booth in Uganda supports accessibility

Digital accessibility – unlocking the potential of telerehabilitation

May 20, 2021

The ReLAB-HS consortium is committed to ensuring that that digital accessibility goes beyond access to web material and allows people who need rehabilitation to receive the right care within their homes and communities, in ways that benefit everyone fairly. This Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we’re asking, “How can rehabilitation needs be best addressed and what modalities can be…


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Vision for Health Systems Strengthening 2030

May 10, 2021

ReLAB-HS welcome the launch of USAID’s anticipated “Vision for Health Systems Strengthening 2030” at a webinar event on March 30 2021. Lynda Keeru, Hayley Stewart and Kate Hawkins give us the low down on what happened and how it fits with the work of ReLAB-HS. The launch centered around a conversation with public health leaders…


World Health Day 2021: Rehabilitation to build a fairer, healthier world

Apr 7, 2021

This World Health Day ReLAB-HS consortium partner Humanity & Inclusion prepared a joint statement with other members of the Global Rehabilitation Alliance that makes the case for rehabilitation in the current global health scenario. This year’s World Health Day sheds light on the need to “build a fairer, healthier world”. The Global Rehabilitation Alliance is…


Quality sounds like hard work

Apr 6, 2021

Members of the ReLAB-HS consortium look at how quality management approaches can strengthen rehabilitation services in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) without over-burdening health care workers. This blog was written by Wesley Pryor, Fleur Smith, Inès Musabyemariya, Yeti Raj Niraula and Chiara Retis. As the global community works towards delivering on their commitments to action…


Congratulations on surviving the patriarchy! And Happy International Women’s Day too.

Mar 8, 2021

What we’re doing as ReLAB-HS to address gender inequity within rehabilitation in health systems. By: Sarah Champagne, Jessica Ott, Rachel Lowe, Amanda Ager, Perth Rosen, Michelle Kayaleh, Christie Pettitt-Schieber and Rosemary Morgan   Today marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the many achievements of all women; trans women, genderqueer women, and cis women,…


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