Feasibility and Sustainability of Community Based Health Insurance in Rural Areas . Case Study of Musana , Zimbabwe

  title={Feasibility and Sustainability of Community Based Health Insurance in Rural Areas . Case Study of Musana , Zimbabwe},
  author={Lazarus Muchabaiwa and Lloyd CHIGUSIWA and Samuel Bindu and Victoria Mudavanhu and David Damiyano and Bongani Edwin MUSHANYURI and Bindura},
The Zimbabwe Demographic Health Survey (ZDHS 2010-11) showed that only 6 percent of the population is covered by health insurance in Zimbabwe. This study investigated the feasibility, acceptability and sustainability of Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI) as an alternative to pooling risk and financing social protection in Zimbabwe. Willingness to Pay (WTP) for health insurance and socioeconomic data were collected through interviews with 121 household heads selected using a 2-stage… CONTINUE READING


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