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The Determinants of Health Care Demand in Uganda : The Case Study of Lira District, Northern Uganda

"The study investigated the price and non-price factors that affect health care demand in rural Uganda using household data from Lira district in northern Uganda, which is the poorest region. The government had introduced the user-fee scheme as a st…

South African National Health Insurance (NHI) Policy:Prospects and Challenges for its Efficient Implementation

"In 2011 South Africa’s National Department of Health (NDoH) launched the Green Paper on the National Health Insurance scheme. This brief discusses the positive aspects and challenges of the scheme. It argues that the current incapacitated status o…

The Place of Policy in Applied Health Care and Technology with Special Reference to African Traditional Medicine

"The author was assigned the task of addressing the role of policy in applied health technology with special reference to African traditional medicine. Perhaps what is intriguing in this theme is that despite the fact that African traditional medic…

Global Constitutionalism in Global Health Governance and Regional Responses: Exploring African and Latin American Compulsory License Regimes

This paper discusses conditions under which a regional compulsory license (CL) regime can be feasible and useful for African and Latin (especially) South American regional organizations. We focus on the African Union (AU), the Southern African Dev…

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