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Unformatted text preview: momentum in 1990s and 2000s? According to which indicators and based on what kind of data? Explaining priority (historical analysis): Which factors contributed to the waxing and waning of CDD’s priority on the global health policy agenda Manipulating priority (political analysis): What can we do to get CDD back on the agenda and save more child lives? Look at framework for analysis slide CDD: Multiple Measures of Priority: Indicators of perception: expert opinion Outcome indicators: motality due to CDD Input indicators: Trends in treatment coverage Changes in financing Changes in staffing Bibliographic trends. Perception Indicator: We asked current and former CDD experts to assess priority on a scale of 1- 10 where 10 was defined as CDD’s priority in 1985 Diarrheal diseases as most important issue Experts estimated the priority of CDD in 2008 as 3 This is notable in the amount of data sources at each period (1990, 276 DD surveys from 60 countries and in 2008, regression model calculation) Forsberg graph: global trend But it’s not all positive and can’t measure in a global trend because some countries have regressed a lot (Kenya, Nigeria) but some have improved greatly (mali, Colombia) Not enough global data to say what has happened in the 2000s Measures of institution (WHO workers) Bibliographic trends:...
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