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    Mapping Study on the Capacity and Work Experiences of the Counseling Officers / Assistants Attached to the Ministries of Social Services and Child Development and Women’s Affairs

    IHP was commissioned by The Asia Foundation to conduct a mapping exercise on the capacity and work of the Counseling Assistants (CA) attached to the Ministry of Social Services (MSS).

    Author(s):Dr. MALR Perera, Ananda Galappatti, Dr. Shanti Dalpatadu, Nilanga Abeysinghe, Evan Ekanayake, Felici

    Date: 31 Aug 2013                                           Type: Country Reports

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    Multisectoral preventive health services in Sri Lanka: Lessons for developing countries in providing public goods in health

    World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 6558, August 2013

    Author(s):Monica Das Gupta, K. C. S. Dalpatadu, C. K. Shanmugarajah, H. M. S. S. D. Herath

    Date: 1 Aug 2013                                           Type: Working papers

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    Trends and determinants of childhood stunting and underweight in Sri Lanka

    Childhood under nutrition, manifesting as stunting, underweight and wasting, remains a substantial problem in Sri Lanka. Our study re-examines the data to estimate trends and disparities, and investigate determinants of stunting.

    Author(s):Rannan-Eliya, R. P., S M M Hossain, C Anuranga, R Wickramasinghe, R Jayatissa, A T P L Abeykoon

    Date: 1 Jul 2013                                           Type: Journal articles

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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                                           Type: Technical Reports

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

    The government of Cambodia has recognized the negative impact of financial barriers on access to healthcare, and has tested several approaches to lowering those barriers, including user fee exemptions and health equity funds.

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

    Date: 31 Dec 2012                                           Type: Country Brief

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    The Impact of Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Poverty and Inequalities in Use of Maternal and Child Health Services in Bangladesh

    The poor families in Bangladesh make less use of healthcare services. They are also less likely to recognize that their children are sick. This contributes to the higher rates of child and maternal illness and mortality among the poor.

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

    Date: 31 Dec 2012                                           Type: Country Brief

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

    In Timor-Leste large disparities exist in the use of maternal and child health services between the rich and the poor, and between Dili and other districts, with difficulties in travel being the main impediment to access for healthcare.

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

    Date: 31 Dec 2012                                           Type: Country Brief

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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                                           Type: Technical Reports

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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                                           Type: Technical Reports

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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                                           Type: Technical Reports

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