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Progressive Pathway to Universal Health Coverage in Tanzania : A Call for Preferential Resource Allocation Targeting the Poor (English)

Universal health coverage (UHC) can be a vehicle for improving equity, health outcomes, and financial well-being. After publication of the World Health Organization’s report in 2010, many countries declared their goal of achieving UHC. ... See More +

Journal Article 134677 OCT 31, 2018

Wang,Huihui; Juma,Mariam Ally; Rosemberg,Nicolas; Ulisubisya, Mpoki M. Disclosed

Tobacco use and tobacco taxation in Papua New Guinea (English)

Papua New Guinea (PNG) became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on August 23, 2006. PNG was an early adopter of tobacco control measures with the introduction of the Tobacco Product (Health Control) Act in 1987, and the development of a National Policy on Tobacco Control in 2004. ... See More +

Working Paper 137994 SEP 08, 2018

Marquez,Patricio V.; Rosemberg,Nicolas Disclosed

Going universal in Africa : how 46 African countries reformed user fees and implemented health care priorities (English)

This paper describes the health financing policies used today by African countries to expand health coverage. It identifies key health financing policies used by African countries and measures the existence of regional patterns in the use of these policies. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 122811 JAN 01, 2018

Cotlear,Daniel; Rosemberg,Nicolas Disclosed

Universal health coverage in low-income countries : Tanzania’s efforts to overcome barriers to equitable health service access (English)

During the past decade, Tanzania has experienced steady economic growth, with average annual growth rates of between 6 and 7 percent. Despite this positive trend in the economy, poverty rates have not decreased accordingly; more than one-fourth of Tanzania’s 53 million inhabitants live below the poverty line and almost 10 percent live in extreme poverty. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 122815 JAN 01, 2018

Wang,Huihui; Rosemberg,Nicolas Disclosed