Presentation: Gender Dynamics Underlying Voucher Schemes: Experience From Broadening Access to Maternal Health Care in Uganda
The presentation was part of RinGs’ panel at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town: “New frontiers in advancing gender analysis in health systems research: context embedded approaches; intersectionality; and engagement with power and ethics”.
In this presentation, Moses Tetui from the Makerere School of Public Health, Uganda discusses a project exploring the gender dynamics underlying voucher schemes and how this contributed to broadening access to maternal health care in Uganda. To find out more about the panel visit our projects page. You can also read Kate Hawkin’s reflections on the panel on our blog.
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