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Conceptual and Methodological Issues in the Construction of Reproductive Health Accounts in Africa

"This paper provides a detailed review of the literature of Health Accounts, including National Health Accounts and its satellite accounts on HIV/AIDS; Immunization and RH; as well issues of concepts and definition relating to Reproductive Health;...

Spotlight on Pharmaceutical Pricing Regulation in Kenya: How Much does it Really Contribute to Access?

"Ensuring access to essential medicines by low income consumers is a challenge to many countries. Pharmaceutical expenditure is rising in Kenya, as is the health expenditure. However, our research found that on average, public sector facilities in...

Analyse de l’Evolution des dépenses de Santé de l’Etat Togolais de 2009 - 2013 / Analysis of the Development of Health Expenditure in the Togolese State from 2009 - 2013

In developing countries, where income levels remains precarious, the resources granted by the state to the health sector, remain decisive for the well-being of the populations. In Togo, although efforts have recently been made to improve the man...

The Impact of AIDS on Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

In this paper, a simple general equilibrium model is developed to capture the impact of AIDS on economic development. To this end, a benchmark model due to Cuddington and Hancock (1994) is extended in various directions. In particular, the sharply...

Health Spending in Uganda Implications on the National Minimum Health Care Package

This policy brief is part of Public Expenditure Governance (PEG) study of the health sector in Uganda. The research objective overall was to examine the links between public spending, governance, and outcomes in the health sector and the specific...

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