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    Technical Reports

    The IHP Technical Reports documents the work of IHP researchers and collaborators that falls outside the scope of the IHP Technical Reports. The series is used primarily as a channel to make available in electronic format and in a timely manner research results, which may not warrant full printing as IHP Technical Reports. They may not be as substantial or as of wide an interest as IHP Technical Reports, but have been subject to internal peer review. In certain instances, IHP Technical reports may be duplicates of papers published elsewhere, but based on IHP work.
     
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    1 - 10 of 11 publications found, listed by date.

     
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    Study on the Establishment of Maternity Protection Insurance in Sri Lanka

    The report was prepared by IHP to the International Labour Organization (ILO), which commissioned it to assess the feasibility of establishing a maternity protection insurance scheme compliant with the provisions of the ILO Convention 103.

    Author(s):A T P L Abeykoon, Ravi P Rannan-Eliya, Ruwani Wickremasinghe, Rehana Thowfeek, Chamara Anuranga, Ind
    Date: 1 Oct 2014

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    In-depth assessment of Employment Injury Compensation Arrangements in Sri Lanka

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of employment injury compensation mechanisms in Sri Lanka. It identifies strengths and weaknesses of the current arrangements, proposes recommendations, mainly on the lines of the Malaysian model.

    Author(s):Rehana Thowfeek, Indika Siriwardena, Janaki Jayanthan, Shanaz Saleem, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya
    Date: 1 Jan 2014

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    Malaysia Health Care Demand Analysis

    The analyses were done as a joint effort by the researchers at IHP and the Institute for Health Systems Research (IHSR) in Malaysia.

    Author(s):Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Chamara Anuranga, Adilius Manual, Ruwani Wickramasinghe, Prasadini Perera, Sha
    Date: 31 Dec 2013

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    Private Health Sector Review 2012

    Private healthcare financing amounts to over 50 of country's overall healthcare expenditure. Bulk of this spending is borne by the people. This report makes a profile of private healthcare activities and their recent trends in the country.

    Author(s):Sarasi Amarasinghe, Sanil De Alwis, Shanaz Saleem, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya and Shanti Dalpatadu
    Date: 1 Apr 2013

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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 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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    An Assessment of the Burden, Issues and Policy Options in Curative Care Services Delivery and Non-communicable Diseases in Sri Lanka

    In Sri Lanka NCDs have emerged as the predominant cause of mortality. Banking on country's good primary care system Sri Lanka needs to redesign it to provide the care needed to manage the challenges of increasing NCDs.

    Author(s):Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Chamara Anuranga, Lara Brearley, Ruwanthi Elwalagedera, ATPL Abeykoon, Ahalya
    Date: 28 Mar 2010

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