Tag Archives: Mali

Mobile Money for Health Case Study: L’Union Technique de la Mutualité Malienne

As part of a national commitment to work towards achieving universal health coverage, Mali is scaling-up a network of community based health insurance schemes, otherwise referred to as mutuelles. The mutuelles currently cover 4% of the population. A major challenge faced by the mutuelles is

A Nepali mother with two young boys and their grandfather.

Essential Health Services Country Snapshot Series

A new series of country profiles analyzes the governance dimensions of Essential Packages of Health Services (EPHS) in the 24 Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths (EPCMD) priority countries. An EPHS can be defined as the package of services that the government is providing or is aspiring to provide to its citizens in an equitable […]

Essential Health Services: Mali

Mali has an EPHS, which the government refers to as the paquet minimum d’activité (PMA). While the formal PMA is described in one national policy document, it appears that the government considers any service provided under a vertical program informally part of the PMA as well. The Ministry of Health’s

Improving Access to Life Saving Maternal Health Services: The Effects of Removing User Fees for Caesareans in Mali

Resource Type: Report Authors: Marianne El-Khoury, Timothee Gandaho, Aneesa Arur, Binta Keita, and Lisa Nichols Published: 4/8/2011 Resource Description: Mali has a high maternal mortality ratio. At the same time, access to caesareans and other life saving obstetric care is extremely low. Health Systems 20/20 and the Abt Associates’ ATN Plus bilateral project worked with the Ministry of Health […]

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