Dr Chitalu Miriam Chama-Chiliba is the Assistant Director and a Researcher Fellow at the University of Zambia, Institute of Economic and Social Research. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Her research focuses on microeconomic issues in developing countries including Health, Education, Labour and Development Economics. She is particularly interested in the evaluation of interventions and understanding the consequences of implemented policies. Dr Chama-Chiliba has been involved in various collaborative research with the World Bank, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), IDRC and Ministry of Health in Zambia. Specifically, she has been involved in developing the Health Financing Strategy and Implementation Plan, National Health Accounts 203-2016, Results Based Financing and the Public Expenditure Tracking Survey and Quantitative Service Delivery Surveys (PETS-QSDS) in Zambia. She has published papers in health financing, patient satisfaction and health service utilisation. She teaches courses in Microeconomics, Development Economics, Research Methods and Health Economics at undergraduate and graduate level in the Department of Economics at the University of Zambia.
|IMPACT EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY RESULTS BASED FINANCING IN HEALTH IN ZAMBIA||Zambia||Health and nutrition|
|‘Work-study’ and Educational Mismatch among Youths: Evidence from Zambia||Zambia||Education and training , Labour markets and employment , Youth and children|
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