The 4th Biennial Scientific Conference of the African Health Economics & Policy Association

AfHEA 4th Scientific Conference Presentations

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An Adobe Acrobat file A. ZEHNATI - La démographie médicale privée en Algérie - formation, activité et répartition territoriale_ 3.28 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Abou et ousseynou - Analyse de l’implantation du programme national de bourses de sécurité familiale (PNBSF) du Sénégal_ 993.8 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Alfred Mukong - Lifestyle and Income-related Inequality in Health in South Africa 153.01 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Ally Yao - L’interaction Micro-Assurances et Assurés dans le processus de Couverture Maladie en Côte d’Ivoire 120.52 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Aloysius Ssennyonjo - THE QUEST FOR A NATIONAL RESULTS-BASED FINANCING MODEL In UGANDA- INNOVATION, LEARNING AND BUILDING FROM MULTIPLE PILOTS 16.1 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Amarech Obse - Preference for SHI in Ethiopia DCE 589.49 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Amira El-Houderi_Cost-utility analysis of HPV vaccination for cervical cancer prevention in Morocco 5.54 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Anna BOISGILLOT Diagnostic Burkina - AfHEA 27sept16 vf 23.79 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Attaguba - Moving, and assessing progress, towards universal health systems within the context of the SDGs 9.4 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Attia - Dépenses de santé observées selon le milieu de résidence 912.25 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Audibert - Cost-effectiveness of the national program against Malaria in Madagascar 673.3 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Ayako Honda - ‘Strategic purchasing’ in different health financing models – four case studies from three Sub-Saharan African countries 4.63 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Baruwa AfHEA Plenary on Capacity Building_20160928 136.35 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Boukari - Etude sur l’utilisation des services de santé maternelle et infantile dans deux districts sanitaires ruraux du Tchad_ 17.61 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Boyé - Déterminants macroéconomiques des crises sanitaires en Afrique subsaharienne 325.11 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Chris Atim - Review of the Ghanaian NHIS- What Lessons Have We Learned_ 833.3 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file David Clarke - Private sector uhc 757.15 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file David Muthaka - Health Expenditure and Child Mortality.ppt 28.9.16 531.36 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file ENSP - Cycle de spécialisation en Santé Publique et en Management de la Santé 1.21 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file ENYI ETIABA - Role and use of evidence in policymaking 736.67 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Elias Asfaw-Societal cost of the Mother-to-Child transmission of HIV 2.08 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Elisa Scuri- Cost of implementation _ of malaria vaccination programmes _ in five sub-Saharan African countries 1.06 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Eugenia - Effect of Capitation on Utilization and Quality of Healthcare in the Ghanaian National Health Insurance Scheme_ 335.93 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Eva Pascoal - Options for Innovative Financing 16.9 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Fadima Bocoum - Exploring Health shocks and coping strategies among rural households in Burkina Faso- a road for defining universal health coverage 14.18 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Faye Baruwa Evaluating Costs and Efficiency of Integrating 183.35 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Garumma - Using self-directed Video-voice diaries for policy analysis in Ethiopia 1.27 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Garumma Feyissa - Community health volunteers as mediators of accessible health services 3.3 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Godwin_Specialty training as an incentive to retain doctors in Malawi- Discrete Choice Experiment 1.18 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Gollock - Analyse exploratoire des facteurs de satisfaction des usagers des établissements de santé du Sénégal 2.62 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Gwenael Dhaene - PPP et CSU- Quel rapport_ 3.94 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Gwenael Dhaene PPP- French Snapshot 911.09 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Gwenael Dhaene PPP- Global Snapshot 2.69 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Hagar - Effect of Household Catastrophic Health Expenditure on Vulnerability to Poverty in Ghana 708.23 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Heba - Egypt- Why Professional Masters in Health Economics Matters 1.18 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Hind - EMRO session - Sudan’s Health Financing Strategy_ 10.2 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Hong Wang - Resource Tracking A conceptual framework and its application 882.35 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Ines AYADI - la fragmentation, un défi dans la marche vers la CSU en Tunisie 844.44 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file JEAN-BERNARD - Budget-process-DRC-20-09-2016 633.54 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file JULIET NABYONGA - Uptake of evidence in policy development- the_case of user fees for health care in public health_facilities in Uganda 9.93 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Jacob Novignon - Improving primary health care financing in Ghana 169.41 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file KHADIJA FARIJI - EMRO session_Morocco-health financing strategy 4.81 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Khouloud - Catastrophic health expenditure and socio-economic factors- which evidence for rural households in Tunisia_ 1.03 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Kiendrébéogo - L’application du concept d'organisation apprenante aux systèmes CSU-Perspective du Burkina Faso 267.06 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Kutzin technical keynote UHC in SDGs shrt 2 12.34 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Kwame - Demand Assessment- Health Seeking Behavior of Middle Class Women in Ghana 2.12 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file LAOKRI Samia_Burden of OOPs 2.51 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Le défi de la couverture unverselle de santé en Algérie Miloud Kaddar final 1.13 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file MAKOUTODE - L’application du concept d'organisation apprenante aux systèmes CSU au Bénin-Quelles perspectives 879.63 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Maite Lopez - Cost of pneumococcal disease in the districts of Burkina Faso 527.43 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Manassé-La Malnutrition au Burundi à l’ère de l’après 2015 - _« LE FBP comme solution _ » 3.83 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Mandeville - The use of specialty training _ Malawi- a cost-effectiveness analysis 1.14 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Manon - How far can a social franchise cover its costs_ - An economic analysis of the profam maternal health franchise in Uganda 6.02 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Mbengue_La Couverture Maladie Universelle au Sénégal- Etat de mise en oeuvre, leçons et perspectives dans une phase de mise à l’échelle nationale 963.57 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Melanie - Infrastructure costing and VFM considerations 990.01 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Messen - Votre système CSU est-il un système apprenant_ 2.59 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Mideksa Adugna - Cost of Major Mental Illnesses 75.15 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Mohsen - Egypt - Health Financing Strategy of the New SHI in EGYPT 2.11 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Morris - Institutional options for PRIORITY-SETTING 3.04 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Nathalie Vandemaele - PHC expenditure methodology 10.91 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Nazar Elfaki - Using the WISN in Oman Sep 2016 362.06 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Nouria - Sierra Leone_FHCI fiscal space analysis 1.61 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file OS - Felousse - Quelle formation et recherche en économie de la santé - Le Réseau Economie et Systèmes de Santé au Maghreb 2.56 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file OS - Impacts médico-économique des maladies cardiovasculaires en Tunisie_messages clès 540.92 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file OS - Keugoung - District.Team - an action-research for another mobilization of health district management teams 4.26 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file OS - Kunda - The road to UHC in Rwanda- what have we learnt so far_ 1.34 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Opeyemi Fadeyigbi - Comparative analysis of quality of care at different levels of health care in Nigeria 606.66 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Overview CIH Report without notes Helen Saxenian 6.05 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file PHC expenditure - AfHEA - Ben Nganda 10.19 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Pascal Ndiaye - Learning challenges on UHC 16.8 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Rebecca - Is Ghana ready to use EE studies 4 Priority setting_Systematic review of EE stds 931.67 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Ruphin T. Doua - risques de morbidite diarrheique chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans lies a l’accessibilite a l’eau dans la commune de Bingerville 378.72 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file SAUBOIN Economics Immunization approval revised version_HE_STREP_simple_Mod_GAVI 270.35 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Sanoussi - Inégalité d’opportunité de santé chez les enfants âgés de moins de 5 ans au Togo 1.6 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Serkalem Girma - Determining the Staffing Level of Nurse Professionals 307.67 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Sonia Khayat- Exploring challenges, their causes, and options for health financing policy in Tunisia on its way towards UHC - MATHIVET 125.6 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Sophie - Results-Based Financing, Senegal- A look inside the ‘black box’ 656.96 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file Tania Bissouma - Analyse de la prise en compte des résultats de santé 14.7 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Tania Bissouma - Suivi des progrès vers la CSU - Analyse situationnelle de base 14.4 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Teerling - Connecting people to quality healthcare in Africa_ 2.49 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file YAO ANALYSE COUT-BENEFICES (ACB) PROSPECTIVE DU PROGRAMME DE PLANIFICATION FAMILIALE AU GABON 1.71 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Yewande Ogundeji - Can RBF improve quality and access to care in Nigeria - Copy 1005.46 KB
An Adobe Acrobat file garnvwa hyeladzira - pbf in adamawa 5.87 MB

IMPORTANT NOTICE: SHUTTLE FROM AIRPORT

Dear Participants

Thank you for your registration. We are delighted to receiving you soon in Rabat.

Unfortunately, we are afraid to have to announce that due to the lower number of people who have sent us their flight details, we can no longer manage the shuttle from Casa Airport to Rabat. We are sorry to have to cancel bus transportation from Casa to Rabat.

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Rabat Conference 2016 - Agenda Overview

Conference 2016 draft agenda

Attachments:
Download this file (EN - Complete Agenda Rabat 2016.pdf)The detailed agenda of the Conference[Pascal Ndiaye][EN][26.09.16]
Download this file (EN-Abstract book Rabat Conference (VF - Web Version 11.9).pdf)Rabat Conference 2016 - Abstracts book[pascal Ndiaye][EN][21.09.16]
Download this file (EN-PPT-Template-ConfAfHEA2016.ppt)EN-PPT-Template-ConfAfHEA2016.ppt[Pascal Ndiaye][EN][14.9]
Download this file (EN-Rabat_Conference_2016_Agenda-Overview .pdf)AfHEA Conference 2016 Agenda at a glance[Pascal Ndiaye][EN][26.09.16]
Download this file (FR - Agenda complet Rabat 2016.pdf)Agenda détaillé de la Conférence[Pascal Ndiaye][FR][26.09.16]
Download this file (FR-Abstract book Rabat Conference (VF - Web Version 11.9).pdf)Rabat Conférence 2016 - Livre des résumés[Pascal Ndiaye][FR][21.09.16]
Download this file (FR-PPT-Template-ConfAfHEA2016.ppt)FR-PPT-Template-ConfAfHEA2016.ppt[Pascal Ndiaye][FR][14.9]
Download this file (FR-Rabat_Conference_2016_Aperçu-Agenda.pdf)AfHEA Conférence 2016 : Aperçu Agenda[Pascal Ndiaye][FR][26.09.16]

2016 Conference Registration Fees

Non-AfHEA members: USD 1,050

AfHEA members: USD 900

The fee covers administrative costs, conference meeting costs and conference-provided meals (lunch and 2 coffee/tea breaks on the conference days).

The 4th Biennial Scientific Conference

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The African Health Economics & Policy Association (AfHEA) was set up in March 2009 as a membership-based non-profit association of Africans and non-Africans including students working on Africa-related issues in the fields of health economics, financing and policy. AfHEA aspires to help improve health outcomes in Africa by promoting high quality and standards in the generation of policy-relevant evidence and promoting the use of appropriate health economics, policy and financing tools within the health sector in Africa. Although there are signs that health sector policy making in Africa appears to be increasingly benefiting from the insights that health economics and health policy evidence and analyses are able to offer (in part due to the greater awareness of the benefits of such evidence and analyses promoted by several stakeholders including AfHEA), it is also clear that both country capacities in these fields and utilization of such tools vary widely across Africa and both are still often woefully inadequate or even absent.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on AfHEA Biennial Conferences

  • When was the first biennial conference held?

 AfHEA’s inaugural conference was held in 2009 in Accra, Ghana. Since then we have successfully held 2 more conferences: Saly, Senegal (2011) and Nairobi, Kenya (2014). The 4th conference will be held in Rabat, Morocco in September 2016.

General information

Flights

Delegates are responsible for booking their own flights to and from Rabat. In most cases, booking airline tickets via the internet is a cost-effective option.

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Exhibition information

The Organizing Committee invites you to showcase your organization/company to the delegates attending the AfHEA conference 2016. This is a marketing opportunity for your organization. We anticipate that +- 300 delegates from academic, research and policy institutions around the continent will be attending this conference.

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Pre-conference Workshops

What is a pre-conference workshop?
Pre-conference workshops are an important component of AfHEA conferences. Colleagues will be invited to submit expressions of interest to host pre-conference workshops at the AfHEA 2016 Conference. Pre-conference workshops will be held on the day before formal conference proceedings start, that is, on 26 September 2016.

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Conference themes

The conference themes relate to the broad theme of how the international community’s post MDG agenda of SDGs and the so-called grand convergence might impact health in Africa. The following themes are meant to serve as a guide for the technical organization of the conference and not as a restriction on research areas and innovation by participants.

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About the 2016 Conference Broad Theme

The current landscape in international development is dominated by discussions around the new Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) and the ‘Grand Convergence’ [i] advocated by the Lancet’s Commission on Investing in Health (CIH) that are set to replace the MDGs. African policy makers have made inputs into these international discussions and certainly the broad health-related objectives sought (e.g. universal health coverage, accelerated reductions in deaths from maternal, childhood and infectious disease conditions) are mostly in line with the health goals and priorities of African countries.

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