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    • Benefit incidence analysis of healthcare in Bangladesh - equity matters for universal health coverage 

      Khan, Jahangir Am; Ahmed, Sayem; MacLennan, Mary E.; Sarker, Abdur Razzaque; Sultana, Marufa; Rahman, Hafizur E.M.R. (© 2017 Oxford University Press, 2017)
      Background: Equity in access to and utilization of healthcare is an important goal for any health system and an essential prerequisite for achieving Universal Health Coverage for any country. Objectives: This study ...
    • Changing global policy to deliver safe, equitable, and affordable care for women's cancers 

      Ginsburg, Ophira M.; Badwe, Rajendra A.; Peter A. Boyle, Peter; Derricks, Gemma; Dare, Anna J.; Evans, Timothy Grant; Eniu, Alexandru E.; Jiménez, Jorge C.Moreno; Kutluk, Tezer M.; De Lima Lopes, Gilberto L.; Mohammed, Sulma Ibrahim; Qiao, Youlin; Rashid, Sabina Faiz; Summers, Diane; Sarfati, Diana; Temmerman, Marleen I.L.; Trimble, Edward Lloyd; Padela, Aasim; Aggarwal, Ajay; Sullivan, Richard (© 2017 Lancet Publishing Group, 2017-02-25)
      Breast and cervical cancer are major threats to the health of women globally, particularly in low-income and middle-income countries. Radical progress to close the global cancer divide for women requires not only evidence-based ...
    • Health insurance in rural Bangladesh: proposal on a pilot project 

      Karim, Fazlul; Hossain, Monjur; Ahmed, Jalaluddin (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2000-07)
    • Micro Health Insurance (MHI) pilot of BRAC: a demand side study 

      Matin, Imran; Imam, Nuzhat; Ahmed, Syed Masud (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2005-12)
    • Willingness-to-pay for community-based health insurance among informal workers in urban Bangladesh 

      Ahmed, Sayem; Enamul Hoque, Mohammad; Razzaque Sarker, Abdur; Sultana, Marufa; Islam, Ziaul; Gazi, Rukhsana; A. M. Khan, Jahangir (© 2016 Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Introduction Reliance on out-of-pocket payment for healthcare may lead poor households to undertake catastrophic health expenditure, and risk-pooling mechanisms have been recommended to mitigate such burdens for households ...