Health System Research Center

One of the NIPH’s goals is to become a center of excellence in public health and health systems research. We promote evidence-based health system policy and governance through conducting high quality public health and health systems research to generate relevant evidence for policy, harnessing evidence generated by other health researchers, and transferring available knowledge and evidence to policy makers.

“Health systems research is the brains of the health system”

We have highly qualified and experienced multidisciplinary research team, including four senior researchers with PhD degree from the United States, Japan and Europe. We work with a number of world-class research institutions such as, John Hopkins University, Howards University, the University of Melbourne, and the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp.



World Health Day 2018

April 05, 20018 By : NIPH

Today NIPH participate World Health Day workshop under the theme “Health for All-Universal Health Coverage: Everyone Everywhere”. To celebrate World Health Day, with the Ministry of Health of Cambodia along with partners WHO, JICA and GIZ are convening a Cambodia Universal Health Cove


NIPH conduct end-line evaluation Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health project

NIPH is selected to evaluate the improvement of Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) of Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health project (ASRH) in order to compare to baseline data....


Antibiotic resistance: from research to action


Antibiotic resistance is a global public health threat. It is a multidisciplinary challenge to communities, patients, health services, laboratories and health policies. The 59th Colloquium of the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp (ITM) and its Cambodian partners will feature the latest clini


Management and Leadership Training-Liberated as an Interactive Training

26 July 2018 By : NIPH

Phnom Penh, NIPH conducted a Liberating Structures (LS) Workshop for the Technical Working Group of Management and Leadership Training to Health Professional Managers, Faculty Members at School of Public Health and NIPH Partners.


NIPH starts new mission with SCUBY project

March 05, 2019 By : NIPH

Hypertension and type 2 diabetes are well known diseases that many countries struggle to find the best way to treat included Cambodia. Th


SCUBY Project Launch in Cambodia

30 April, 2019 By : NIPH

On 18 March 2019, the National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) launched the SCUBY project in Cambodia at Himawari Hotel, Phnom Penh. The launch was highly presided over by H.E Prof. ENG



Improving quality of care in public and private sector is a top priority of Cambodian health system and policy, and a necessary condition to reach quality universal health coverage. We conduct operational researches and evaluations of quality improvement initiatives. We also collect necessary data and evidence on water, sanitation and hygiene as a pre-condition for quality of care.

Strengthening health financing and expanding social health protection coverage are also crucial for universal health coverage. We conduct research on health financing, including impact evaluation of social health protection initiatives, and studies on costs of health services.

In response to a pressing need for solutions to address the increasing antimicrobial resistance (AMR), we are building our research capacity in this area, and being engaged in a number of AMR related activities, including preparation of an international conference on antibiotic resistance in sub-Mekong region to be held in Phnom Penh on 5-7 December 2018.       

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