ReBUILDing Health Systems Beyond Health Facilities
A brief from ReBUILD’s research on health system financing and households’ coping strategies for health care needs in post-conflict northern Uganda. This research studied changes in trends in accessing health care by the poorest households.
This policy brief analyses how the poor navigated the post conflict health care terrain and what the government/district leadership was doing to enable the poor access health care. It highlights that reconstructing health care systems requires more than building health care facilities
You can download the brief here.