Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania : implications for paths to universal coverage
In 2007, Burkina Faso launched a public policy to subsidize 80% of the cost of normal deliveries.
As Tanzania witnesses frenzied political campaigns in readiness for general elections slated for 31st October, Kimasomaso's Tom Japanni puts representatives of the country's 3 main political parties to task on Sexual & Reproductive Health poli
This article presents the results of an action research project which tested the hypothesis that a community-based process for selecting beneficiaries of user-fee exemptions is feasible.
The goal of the National Expansion of Tanzania Essential Health Interventions Project
The projects examine longitudinal studies for trends in fertility, mortality, and patterns of disease burdens over time, in order to document the health and demographic transitions and determine their nature and the patterns occurring in the study
Health research in the South is mostly funded and directed by institutions in the North, and is not necessarily related to priority health needs as recognized by those in the South.
Although decentralization keeps coming up in the political discourse, it is fair to question its viability and effectiveness in the hands of local actors.
Human resources are essential to attaining the objectives of the Millennium development goals with respect to national health systems.
A shortage of skilled health workers is one constraint to better healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa.