This guide by the Health Working Group supports implementers in designing and administering client centred and viable microinsurance schemes. The publication takes stock of learning in health microinsurance and offers practical advice for implementation.
This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with nonstate providers in the context of developing countries
This second volume is a unique collection of recent practices and emerging ideas in microinsurance, and covers numerous innovations that have emerged in recent years to meet the challenges of providing insurance to low-income people.
This volume presents findings of a World Bank review of the existing and potential role of private voluntary health insurance in low- and middle-income countries and is the third volume in a series of reviews of health care financing.
This volume aims to highlight many exciting innovations for sustainable development in Africa at the local level. It also begins to assess the scope for scaling up these innovations to make an impact on a larger scale. This particular case study focuses on an organisation called Microcare which was created out of a Community Health Financing Micro-Insurance initiative in Uganda.