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Communities’ Willingness to Pay for Healthcare in Public Health Facilities of Nakasongola District, Uganda
(International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-08-20)
Poor countries continue to register decreasing revenue to finance health care amidst rising demand with consequently growing out of pocket expenditure on health exceeding 35% of the total health care expenditure; this ...
Delivering Health Care to IDPs: Experiences and Challenges in Katakwi District
(Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-08)
There are two broad categories of IDPs in Katakwi district by cause; those displaced by the Karamojong rustlers and those displaced by the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) incursion. Sporadic Karamajong raids started over 50 ...
The quality and use of maternal health care in Oyam district, Uganda:
(Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2009-04-01)
Despite the availability of technically sound approaches, maternal mortality and other reproductive health problems persist in Uganda and other developing countries. Utilisation of maternal health services remains very ...