Papers-Published dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 05:00
In India, researchers and policymakers have only partially succeeded in incorporating gender concerns in health research, policy and programs. There is need for a more indepth and nuanced gender analysis on women's health.
While India is rapidly gaining popularity as a destination for world-class health care, the state of maternal health in the country reflects poorly on public health priorities.
Impact of maternal and child health private expenditure on poverty and inequity : review of the literature on the extent and mechanisms by which maternal, newborn, and child healthcare expenditures exacerbate poverty, with focus on evidence from Asia...
A key barrier to appropriate health care is the frequent need for households to pay out-of-pocket (OOP) for medical treatment.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 05:00
Impact of out-of-pocket expenditures on families and barriers to use of maternal and child health services in the Lao People's Democratic Republic : evidence from the Lao expenditure and consumption survey 2007–2008
Women and children are inadequately covered by basic healthcare services.Published date2012