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AFRO-NETS> RFI: Income generating or revolving funds (5)


  • Subject: AFRO-NETS> RFI: Income generating or revolving funds (5)
  • From: David Curtis <curtis.d@healthlink.org.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 13:01:26 -0400 (EDT)





RFI: Income generating or revolving funds (5)
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I recently did a search on Healthlink On-line, Healthlink Worldwide's
database (formerly AHRTAG)on similar issues. I thought some of the fol-
lowing readings would be of use. Healthlink On-line is available on the
internet free of charge to users in developing countries and covers a
wide range of PHC issues. Further details from:

http://www.healthlink.org.uk

I hope this is useful,
David Curtis


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RUSSELL, Steven
Ability to pay for health care: concepts and evidence
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 11 No 3. Sep 96, p 219-237.


HANSON, Kara; MCPAKE, Barbara
The Bamako Initiative: where is it going
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 8 No 3. Sep 93, p 267-274.


HARDON, Anita
Can primary health care be financed through the sale of drugs?
AFRICA HEALTH Vol 12 No 3. Mar 90, p 29-30.


ABEL-SMITH, B; RAWAL, P
Can the poor afford 'free' health services? A case study of Tanzania
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 7 No 4. Dec 92, p 329-341.


KANJI, Najmi
Charging for drugs in Africa : UNICEF'S 'Bamako Initiative'
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 4 No 2. Jun 89, p 110-120.


BOUZIDI, Mohammed; FISCHER, Curt
Community-based family planning services in Africa: the programme
managers perspective
(Harare, Zimbabwe, September 1991)
London: IPPF: Eschborn: GTZ, 1991, 129 p.


MCPAKE, Barbara; HANSON, Kara; MILLS, Anne
Community financing of health care in Africa: an evaluation of the
Bamako Initiative
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE Vol 36 No 11. Jun 93, p 1383-1395.


NOLAN, Brian; TURBAT, Vincent
Cost recovery in public health services in sub-saharan Africa
(EDI Technical Matters.)
Washington, DC: World Bank, 1995, 106 p.


FAULKNER, Dana M
Developing a marketing function for health care facilities: a
practical guide
Washington: USAID, 1995, 15 p.


MATJI, Madibata et al.
Do user fees reduce the demand for health care: insights and
limitations of service statistics in Lesotho
(World Bank Discussion Papers, Africa Technical Department Series 294.)
Chapter 4. Washington DC: World Bank, 1995, p 67-84 - ill.


SAUERBORN, Rainer; NOUGTARA, Adrien; LATIMER, Eric
The elasticity of demand for health care in Burkina Faso :
differences across age and income groups
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 9 No 2. Jun 94, p 185-192.


COLLINS, D et al.
The fall and rise of cost sharing in Kenya: the impact of phased
implementation
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 11 No 1. Mar 96, p 52-63.


ASENSO-OKYERE, W Kwadwo
Financing health care in Ghana
WORLD HEALTH FORUM Vol 16 No 1. 1995, 86-91.


Financing health care [whole issue]
CONTACT No 141. Feb-Mar 95, 22 p.


BENNETT, Sara; TANGCHAROENSATHIEN, Viroj
Health insurance and private providers: a study of the civil
servants' medical benefit scheme in Bangkok, Thailand
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH PLANNING & MANAGEMENT Vol 8 No 2.
Apr-Jun 93, p 137-152.


HECHT, Robert; OVERHOLT, Catherine; HOPKINS, Holmberg
How cost recovery can help rationalize the health care system:
lessons from Zimbabwe
(World Bank Discussion Papers, Africa Technical Department Series 294.)
Chapter 3. Washington DC: World Bank, 1995, p 43-66 - ill.


LITVACK, Jennie; BODART, Claude
The impact of raising fees and service quality: a field
experimentation in Cameroon
(World Bank Discussion Papers, Africa Technical Department Series 294.)
Chapter 7. Washington DC: World Bank, 1995, p 123-143 - ill.


MBUGUA, J Karanja; BLOOM, Gerald H; SEGALL, Malcolm M
Impact of user charges on vulnerable groups: the case of Kibwezi in
rural Kenya
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE Vol 41 No 6. Sep 95, p 829-835.


Improving quality, equity and access to health services through health
financing reform in Africa [whole issue]
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 10 No 3. Sep 95, p 213-303.


WILLIS, Carla Y; LEIGHTON, Charlotte
Protecting the poor under cost recovery: the role of means testing
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 10 No 3. Sep 95, p 241-256.


HARDON, Anita
Ten best readings in...the Bamako Initiative
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 5 No 2. Jun 90, p 186-189.


LAVY, Victor; GERMAIN, Jean-Marc
Tradeoffs in cost, quality and accessibility in ultilization of
health facilities: insights from Ghana
(World Bank Discussion Papers, Africa Technical Department Series 294.)
Chapter 6. Washington DC: World Bank, 1995, p 103-122 - ill.


CREESE, A L
User charges for health care: a review of recent experience
HEALTH POLICY & PLANNING Vol 6 No 4. Dec 91, p 309-319.


SHAW, R Paul
User fees in Sub-Saharan Africa: aims, findings, policy implications
(World Bank Discussion Papers, Africa Technical Department Series 294.)
Chapter 2. Washington DC: World Bank, 1995, p 7-42 - ill.


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