|Kavita Singh Ongechi, PhD|
|Research Assistant Professor
Maternal and Child Health
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|2002||The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, MD||PhD, Population Dynamics|
|1997||The George Washington University, Washington DC||MPH, Maternal and Child Health|
|1996||College of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY||BA, Biology|
program evaluation of maternal and child health and HIV prevention programs; influence of gender measures on health outcomes; and research focused on reaching vulnerable populations (the poorest, orphans, displaced persons and stigmatized groups) with interventions
|Singh, K., Speizer, I, Handa, S, Boadu, R, Atinbire, S, Barker, P, Twum-Danso, N (2013)|
Impact Evaluation of a Quality Improvement Invervention on Maternal and Child Health Outcomes in Northern Ghana: Early Assessment of a National Scale-up Project.
International Journal for Quality in Healthcare
|Luseno, W, Singh, K, Handa, S, Suchindran, C. (2013)|
A Multilevel Analysis of the Effect of Malawi's Socal Cash Transfer Pilot Scheme on School-age Children's Health.
Health Policy and Planning
|Singh, K, Brodish, P, Suchindran, C (2013)|
A Regional Multilevel Analysis: Can Skilled Birth Attendants Uniformly Decrease Neonatal Mortality?.
Maternal and Child Health Journal
|Singh, K., Luseno, W., Haney, E. (2013)|
Gender Equality and Education: Increasing the Uptake of HIV Testing among Married Women in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
|Singh K, Bloom S, Haney E, Olorunsaiye C, Brodish P (2012)|
Gender Equality and Childbirth in a Health Facility: Nigeria and MDG5.
African Journal of Reproductive Health: vol.16(3), p.122-128.