The purpose of this paper is to review a set of key policy options that aim to improve access to state-provided health care for poor households in low and middle income countries. It has been developed as part of a broader initiative (the Affordability Ladder Programme: ALPS) that seeks to improve understanding of how to tackle the cost-related burdens influencing low income households’ access and use of health care.
Commissioned by the Affordability Ladder Programme, University of Liverpool. Centre for Healht Policy: Johannesburg.
Policy options to improve the economics access of low-income households to state-provided health care
Published 4 December 2006