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    Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity in Bangladesh: Maternal and Child Health Expenditure in Bangladesh - Technical Report C

    This report was prepared by the Institute for Health Policy in Sri Lanka under an Asian Development Bank(ADB) technical assistance project,Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity (TA-6515 REG)

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R.P., G. Kasthuri and S. De Alwis

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity in Bangladesh: Maternal and Child Health Expenditure in Bangladesh - Technical Report B

    This report was prepared by the Institute for Health Policy in Sri Lanka under an Asian Development Bank(ADB) technical assistance project,Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity (TA-6515 REG)

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R.P., G. Kasthuri, T. Begum, A. Rahman, N. Hossain and C. Anuranga

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity

    This publication reviews the literature on the extent and mechanisms by which maternal, newborn, and child healthcare expenditures exacerbate poverty, with focus on evidence from Asia and the Pacific

    Author(s):Brearley, L., S. Mohamed, V. Eriyagama, R. Elwalagedara and R.P. Rannan-Eliya.

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity in Bangladesh: Bangladesh Facility Efficiency Survey 2011 - Technical Report A

    This report was prepared by the IHP under an Asian Development Bank (ADB) technical assistance project, Impact of Maternal and Child Health Private Expenditure on Poverty and Inequity (TA-6515 REG)

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R.P., G. Kasthuri, T. Begum, A. Rahman, N. Hossain, S. De Alwis and C. Anuranga

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Families and Barriers to Use of Health Services in Pakistan

    The overall healthcare use in Pakistan is low due to a low responsiveness to illness symptoms. Increasing health awareness and changing health behaviors would be a key part of improving overall health outcomes.

    Author(s):Chandrasiri J., C. Anuranga, R. Wickramasinghe, and R.P. Rannan-Eliya.

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Families and Barriers to Use of Maternal and Child Health Services in the Lao People's Democratic Republic

    In Lao PDR, travel and cost of care are the most significant barriers for the use of healthcare services. Although out-of- pocket spending on healthcare is low, it reflects a very low use of healthcare services.

    Author(s):Anuranga, C., J. Chandrasiri, R. Wickramasinghe,and R.P. Rannan-Eliya

    Date: 31 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Families and Barriers to Use of Maternal and Child Health Services in Asia and the Pacific

    The findings reveal how healthcare costs, quality, and physical barriers play differing roles in the countries studied in preventing access, and how families are often impoverished by accessing needed care.

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R.P., C. Anuranga, J. Chandrasiri, R. Hafez, G. Kasthuri, R. Wickramasinghe and J. Jay

    Date: 14 Dec 2012

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    Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Families and Barriers to Use of Maternal and Child Health Services in Bangladesh

    In Bangladesh, despite substantial gains in child and overall health, most mothers give birth outside health facilities, and many sick children do not receive appropriate medical care.

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R.P., J. Jayanthan, C. Anuranga

    Date: 14 Dec 2012

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    The Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Families and Barriers to Use of Maternal and Child Health Services in Papua New Guinea

    This country brief presents findings from analysis of the Papua New Guinea Household Survey 1996 and Household Income and Expenditure Survey 2009-2010, depicting how healthcare utilization has changed over a 13-year period.

    Author(s):Jayanthan, J., W. Irava, C. Anuranga, R.P. Rannan-Eliya

    Date: 14 Dec 2012

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    Trends, inequalities and determinants of low birth weight in Sri Lanka

    This study analyses the DHS 1993, 2000 and 2006-07 and NFSS 2009 survey data to investigate trends, inequalities and determinants of low birth weight in Sri Lanka.

    Author(s):C Anuranga, R Wickramasinghe, R P Rannan-Eliya, SMM Hossain, ATPL Abeykoon

    Date: 1 Jun 2012

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