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Equity Implications of Health Sector User Fees in Tanzania.Do we retain the user fee or do we set the user f(r)ee?

"Equity means that everyone should, in practice, and not just in theory, be able to access and use appropriate health services. Health services should not only be for the dominant population group. This implies equitable access and use, given that s…

Landscape Analysis of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS Integration in Eastern and Southern Africa

The purpose of this study was to provide an understanding of the landscape of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS burden, service delivery gaps, and integration efforts to inform potential engagement and investments on integration grounded on the MNCH platform b…

In Zimbabwe, Weak Water and Health Systems Heighten Vulnerabilities during COVID-19 Crisis

Like much of the rest of the world, Zimbabwe has confronted the COVID-19 pandemic with stay-at-home orders and advice to practice social distancing and frequent handwashing, hoping to prevent a wave of infections that would overwhelm the national he…

Infrastructure and PHC Services in Nigeria: The Case of Delta State

The emphasis of this policy brief is on the principle of accessibility. Accessibility emphasizes that health care services must be equally shared by all the people of the community irrespective of their race, creed or economic status. It shifts th…

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