|Community of Practitioners on Accountability and Social Action in Health||
DBL aims to contribute to poverty reduction and sustainable development through improved and equitable health in developing countries. DBL’s aim is achieved through a coherent program of applied research, education, capacity building and knowledge management. The organization primarily addresses poverty-related infectious diseases through a cross-disciplinary and inter-sectoral entry point which builds on its extended network of collaborating partners in Africa and Asia. In each of the countries, DBL works with a combination of national level managers, district health team staff, civil society organizations and community representatives.
DBL receives a basic grant from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and it’s development agency DANIDA, and is thus closely linked to the planning and monitoring of health sector support programs.
Area of Work
Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Uganda, Ghana and Vietnam