Assessing provision and equity in low and middle income country health markets

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Assessing provision and equity in low and middle income country health markets

Report | April 2017

Final report co-written by Chakraborty, Wanderi, Oduor and Montagu for Population Services International (PSI) and USAID. Report details a cross-sectional survey of urban health facilities in Kenya stratified by health facility type, focusing on four separate sectors: public, faith-based, private (non-franchised) and private (social-franchised). The study assessed client wealth using the EquityTool to compare the wealth distribution of clients seeking family planning or basic curative care for children under 5.

Citation: Chakraborty NM, Wanderi J, Oduor C, and Montagu, D. (2017). Assessing Provision and Equity in Low and Middle Income Country Health Markets: A Study from Kenya. Oakland, CA: Metrics for Management.