Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania : implications for paths to universal coverage
IDRC personnel Steve Song is interviewed about an IDRC-funded project that helps gather and disseminate critical health information in Uganda, Tanzania and South Africa
This paper estimates the burden of out-of-pocket payments in Kenya, the incidence and intensity of catastrophic health care expenditure and the effect of health spending on national poverty estimates.
Background: The objectives of this study are to: (1) profile the production of Health Policy and Systems Research
(HPSR) published between 2000 and 2008 in 12 countries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR): Bahrain,
Although use of Maternal Death Review (MDR) is increasing in African countries, effective coverage is still low.
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 paper seeks to address how and why the Leadership Development Programme (LDP) works when it is introduced into a district health system in Ghana, and whether or not it supports systems thinking in district teams.
The principle of universal coverage requiring that all should benefit from health care according to