The impact of i-PUSH on maternal and child health care utilization, health outcomes, and financial protection: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial based on financial and health diaries data
Abstract Background: Universal Health Coverage ensures access to quality health services for all, with no financial hardship when accessing the needed services. Nevertheless, access to quality
When the novel coronavirus arrived in sub-Saharan Africa, many feared the continent would not be able to cope with the impact of such a fast-evolving
Introduction This policy brief highlights descriptive findings of the maternal and child health (MCH) continuum of health care in rural/semi-rural western Kenya. The African Population
An in-depth insight into the household and healthcare financing in rural and per-urban households in Kakamega and Kisumu
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY About 100 million of the world’s population is driven into extreme poverty due to ill health and lack of access to quality healthcare.
The short-term economic effects of COVID-19 on low-income households in rural Kenya: An analysis using weekly financial household data
Abstract This research assesses how low-income households in rural Kenya coped with the immediate economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. It uses granular financial data