Stay Tuned: More on Ethiopia’s Experience in Community-Based Health Insurance

In a blog post following the conference in Rotterdam on universal health coverage in Africa, Bruno Meessen of the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp debated whether voluntary health insurance behaves like a “zombie, shot many times but always coming back.” Is this true?  Are there exceptions where voluntary schemes perform well?
 
Ethiopia is one of these exceptions, I argue in a blog in the Financial Access to Health Services Community of Practice newsletter. The country is on its way to covering 80 percent of its population by 2020 through a voluntary scheme informed by the experiences of Rwanda, Ghana, China, Senegal, Mexico and Thailand.
 
Read the full blog post in the Financial Access to Health Services Community of Practice newsletter.
Comments
Blog post currently doesn't have any comments.
Leave comment



 Security code