Track 4.3 Looking back: tracking progress against health commitments made by African leaders

06 Mar 2019
10:45 - 12:15
Main Auditorium

Track 4.3 Looking back: tracking progress against health commitments made by African leaders

Oral Presentation Session 4


Chair: Prof Joachim Osur, Amref Health Africa
Co-Chair: Dr. Juliet Bataringaya, WHO
Rapporteur: Aisa Muya – TZ; Sarah Karanja– KE

 

Abstract No. Title Presenter/

Institution/Country

WEABO19

 

The path to Universal Health Coverage: Comparing Progress in Ghana and Rwanda (186)

 

Jacob Albin Korem Alhassan

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

WEABO20 Trust in government, quality of democracy, and willingness to pay more tax to fund public healthcare: a multilevel regression analysis of Southern Africa development community (SADC) member states (18) Jack Chola Bwalya

University College Dublin, Ireland

 

WEABO21 Rethinking health financing in Africa: Impact of demographic-, governance-, and economic-related factors on government health expenditure (60) Babayemi O Olakunde

National Agency for the Control of AIDS, Nigeria

WEABO22 Tracking Nigeria’s Glacial Progress Towards Universal Health Coverage (192)

 

Jacob Albin Korem Alhassan

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

WEABO23 Developing an accountability framework for tracking policy implementation (400) Yolanda Moyo

SAHTAC, South Africa