Urban Health CoP Webinar - April 8 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Md Saidur Rahman
Dr Md Saidur Rahman
Md Saidur Rahman
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Hello from Ethiopia
Good afternoon from Concern Worldwide, Dublin Ireland
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Hi from Accra Ghana Reginald
Thank you for that presentation.
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How is the MoH oversighting service delivery quality at the private provider facilities?
What are the key learnings to date that are relevant for other cities in Uganda and elsewhere? Are you communicating and sharing emerging learnings and communication with others?
Thanks for the presentation. Please speak more about the financing of private sector services for urban poor. You spoke about incentives and efforts to reduce prices, is there a national health insurance that can be used in the private sector?
Excellent presentations. Can you speak to the "demand" side. That is, what you have learned about the health -seeking behavior of urban poor populations and issues of trust to access health providers and services.
Are the extreme poor with financial barriers supported to access services by insurance or voucher schemes?
We'll share the slides & recording at this page https://www.harpnet.org/urban-health-community-of-practice-webinars/
Engagement through Accreditation - thank you Dr. Mugerva for you detailed answer
Thanks for addressing quality and access questions.
MaNe is an interesting and important intervention as the urban poor population grows, and especially in Asia also. I support in Bangladesh a lot. Great learning on urban health there.
Thanks to all involved. BG
Thank you all -- Uganda, USAID, Circle Project.