Research & Evidence
Understanding Resilience, Self-reliance, and Increasing Country Voice/Decolonizing Global Health: A Clash of Perspectives in Global Health
- Frames of Self-Reliance: An Analysis of Evolving International Development Discourse: This paper in Third World Quarterly, written by MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership staff, identifies why self-reliance has evolved over time, how actors have supported its use, and its implications for development practice.
- Understanding Resilience, Self-reliance and Increasing Country Voice: a Clash of Ideologies in Global Health: ‘Resilience’, ‘self-reliance’ and ‘increasing country voice’ are widely used terms in global health. However, the terms are understood in diverse ways by various global health actors. This research, published by MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership in BMJ Global Health, analyzes how these terms are understood and why differences in understanding exist.
- Why ‘Elevating Country Voice’ Is Not Decolonizing Global Health: A Frame Analysis of In-Depth Interviews: Recent calls for global health decolonization suggest that addressing the problems of global health may require more than “elevating country voice.” This article in PLOS Global Public Health details how MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership employed a frame analysis of the diagnostic, prognostic, and motivational framings of both discourses and analyzed the implications of convergence or divergence of these frames for global health practice and scholarship.