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Seminar Series 2009-2010: Making Health Systems Work - for the Poor

This seminar series focuses on how health system financing and delivery reforms can improve the use of health service by the poor and provide financial protection from the impoverishing effects of high health care costs. Seminars review evidence, present new findings and explore relevant methodological approaches for evaluating the effects of these reforms.

Increasing Access to Maternity Care for the Poor: Promising Results from Burkina Faso. May 11, 2010

Reaching the poor with insecticide-treated nets: The Tanzanian experience with vouchers and free nets. March 3, 2010

    Public programs and the incidence and consequences of health shocks: Evidence from a vulnerability survey in Laos. November 24, 2009

      Good governance is crucial for the health of the poor. November 10, 2009

        RBF in the Public Health Sector: Evidence of Impact and Essential Design Features. October 27, 2009


        Past seminars with a financial protection and health equity theme:

        2012

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        Last updated: 2012-05-03




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