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Have Pro-Poor Health Policies Improved the Targeting of Spending and the Effective Delivery of Health Care in South Africa?

Since 1994 there have been a number of radical changes in the public health care system in South Africa. Budgets have been reallocated, decision making was decentralised, the clinic network was expanded and user fees for primary health care were a...

Towards Improving Forced Migrant Access to Health and Psychosocial Rights in Urban South Africa - A Focus on Johannesburg

This issue brief is a quick reference guide regarding urban forced migrant access to their legally guaranteed health and psychosocial rights in Johannesburg. We focus on the urban as, in the South African context, forced migrants are mostly foun...

Female Education and Maternal Health Care Utilization in Uganda

Extensive literature suggests that female education is a very strong and consistent predictor of maternal health-seeking behaviour. A deeper understanding calls for an investigation of how female education affects this behaviour. It is argued th...

Inequality of Opportunity in Child Health in Ethiopia

Early childhood development such as child health and nutrition is shown to affect success and wellbeing later in adulthood. While child health and nutrition are influenced by among others, parental inputs and access to public services, the latter ...

Burkinabe See Improving Health Care Delivery, but Gaps in Serving the Poor and some Regions

Health is the most important problem that Burkinabe want their government to address, according to the most recent Afrobarometer public-opinion survey. Despite significant progress, the National Economic and Social Development Plan notes persisten...

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