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Increasing Access to Rural Health Care through an Integrated Micro-Health Insurance Programme: Nepal

One of the main challenges of rural health care in developing countries is to provide quality health service, which is sustainable. A community based health insurance program, backed up by a not-for-profit rural health partnership (with a tertiary level university hospital), coupled with strong public health program and support for livelihoods (e.g., through microfinance) can […]

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Affordable Diabetes Care: Cambodia

Many non-poor households fall eventually into poverty when chronic disease is prematurely bringing down a breadwinner. Here is an initiative in Cambodia that remedies market failure with responsive services at price levels 3 to 5 times below the prevalent market. It creates networks of peer educators (patients themselves) to help screen and support patients in […]

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