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© 2019 by Tricia Aung.


Peer Reviewed


Sawadogo-Lewis T, Vignola E, Aung T, Heidkamp R. Developing data use capacity in the maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition sector in Malawi, Mali, Mozambique and Tanzania: an evolving strategy. Journal of global health. 2019 June; 9(1). [link]

Aung T, Niyeha D, Shagihilu S, Mpembeni R, Kaganda J, Sheffel A, Heidkamp R. Optimizing data visualization for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child health, and nutrition (RMNCH&N) policymaking: data visualization preferences and interpretation capacity among decision-makers in Tanzania. Global Health Research and Policy. 2019 Feb;4(4). [link]


Niyeha D, Malamsha D, Mpembeni R, Charwe D, Epimark S, Malima K, Aveika A, Aung T, Hazel E, Tam Y, Heidkamp R. Explaining progress towards Millennium Development Goal 4 for child survival in Tanzania. Journal of global health. 2018 Dec;8(2). [link]

Self A, Chipokosa S, Misomali A, Aung T, Harvey SA, Chimchere M, Chilembwe J, Park L, Chalimba C, Monjeza E, Kachale F. Youth accessing reproductive health services in Malawi: drivers, barriers, and suggestions from the perspectives of youth and parents. Reproductive Health. 2018 Dec;15(1):108. [link]

Doocy S, Leidman E, Aung T, Kirsch T. Household economic and food security after the 2010 Pakistan floods. Food and nutrition bulletin. 2013 Mar;34(1):95-103. [link]


Aung, T. Data Visualization for Audiences in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Nightingale (Data Visualization Society Medium); 2019. [link]


Aung, T. The Global Health Dashboard Epidemic. Nightingale (Data Visualization Society Medium); 2019. [link]

Aung, T. Quantifying the nutrition transition among children in low- and middle-income countries. DataDENT Blog; 2019. [link]

Aung, T. We live in a breastfeeding unfriendly world. DataDENT Blog; 2018. [link]


PATH. Maternal Immunization: Country Priorities and Market Requirements. Seattle: PATH; 2015.


PATH. The Role of Research and Innovation for Health in the Post-2015 Development Agenda Bridging the Divide Between the Richest and Poorest Within a Generation. Washington, DC: COHRED, Global Health Technologies Coalition, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, PATH; 2014. [link]


Global Health Technologies Coalition (GHTC): Working with Partners to Strengthen Local Research and Manufacturing Capacity: Perspectives fromNonprofits on Accelerating Product Development and Improving Access for Low- and Middle-Income Countries Vol. 5. Washington, DC: Global Health Technologies Coalition; 2014. [link]