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Non-state providers (NSPs) of health services can include informal providers, faith-based groups, non-governmental organizations, as well as the formal private sector. This publication is a collection of case studies sourced from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. Based on data from cases, the collection also presents a cross-cutting study culling out lessons on how governments can effectively engage with NSPs in low- to middle-income countries to achieve Universal Health Coverage. This collection can inform policy and implementation in the context of engaging and partnering with NSPs.
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How can mixed health systems deliver effective health services?
by HSG Collaborative 45 min read