August Kuwawenaruwa
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Factors influencing the burden of health care financing and the distribution of health care benefits in Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa
J Macha, B Harris, B Garshong, JE Ataguba, J Akazili, A Kuwawenaruwa, ...
Health policy and planning 27 (suppl_1), i46-i54, 2012
Who pays and who benefits from health care? An assessment of equity in health care financing and benefit distribution in Tanzania
G Mtei, S Makawia, M Ally, A Kuwawenaruwa, F Meheus, J Borghi
Health policy and planning 27 (suppl_1), i23-i34, 2012
Determinants of community health fund membership in Tanzania: a mixed methods analysis
J Macha, A Kuwawenaruwa, S Makawia, G Mtei, J Borghi
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
Promoting universal financial protection: a case study of new management of community health insurance in Tanzania
J Borghi, S Maluka, A Kuwawenaruwa, S Makawia, J Tantau, G Mtei, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 11, 1-13, 2013
In Tanzania, the many costs of pay-for-performance leave open to debate whether the strategy is cost-effective
J Borghi, R Little, P Binyaruka, E Patouillard, A Kuwawenaruwa
Health Affairs 34 (3), 406-414, 2015
Eye of the beholder? Observation versus self-report in the measurement of disrespect and abuse during facility-based childbirth
LP Freedman, SA Kujawski, S Mbuyita, A Kuwawenaruwa, ME Kruk, ...
Reproductive Health Matters 26 (53), 107-122, 2018
How to do (or not to do)… Measuring health worker motivation in surveys in low-and middle-income countries
J Borghi, J Lohmann, E Dale, F Meheus, J Goudge, K Oboirien, ...
Health policy and planning 33 (2), 192-203, 2018
Social solidarity and willingness to tolerate risk-and income-related cross-subsidies within health insurance: experiences from Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa
J Goudge, J Akazili, J Ataguba, A Kuwawenaruwa, J Borghi, B Harris, ...
Health Policy and Planning 27 (suppl_1), i55-i63, 2012
The effects of medicines availability and stock-outs on household’s utilization of healthcare services in Dodoma region, Tanzania
A Kuwawenaruwa, K Wyss, K Wiedenmayer, E Metta, F Tediosi
Health policy and planning 35 (3), 323-333, 2020
Willingness to pay for voluntary health insurance in Tanzania
A Kuwawenaruwa, J Macha, J Borghi
East African medical journal 88 (2), 54-64, 2011
Economic evaluation of an alternative drug to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine as intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy
E Sicuri, S Fernandes, E Macete, R González, G Mombo-Ngoma, ...
PLoS One 10 (4), e0125072, 2015
The administrative costs of community-based health insurance: a case study of the community health fund in Tanzania
J Borghi, S Makawia, A Kuwawenaruwa
Health Policy and Planning 30 (1), 19-27, 2015
Implementation and effectiveness of free health insurance for the poor pregnant women in Tanzania: A mixed methods evaluation
A Kuwawenaruwa, K Ramsey, P Binyaruka, J Baraka, F Manzi, J Borghi
Social Science & Medicine 225, 17-25, 2019
Poverty identification for a pro-poor health insurance scheme in Tanzania: reliability and multi-level stakeholder perceptions
A Kuwawenaruwa, J Baraka, K Ramsey, F Manzi, B Bellows, J Borghi
International journal for equity in health 14 (1), 1-11, 2015
The role of accountability in the performance of Jazia prime vendor system in Tanzania
A Kuwawenaruwa, F Tediosi, B Obrist, E Metta, F Chiluda, ...
Journal of pharmaceutical policy and practice 13 (1), 1-13, 2020
Protocol for the evaluation of a free health insurance card scheme for poor pregnant women in Mbeya region in Tanzania: a controlled-before and after study
J Borghi, K Ramsey, A Kuwawenaruwa, J Baraka, E Patouillard, ...
BMC health services research 15, 1-11, 2015
The effects of MCH insurance cards on improving equity in access and use of maternal and child health care services in Tanzania: a mixed methods analysis
A Kuwawenaruwa, G Mtei, J Baraka, K Tani
Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition 35 (1), 1-10, 2016
How to bring research evidence into policy? Synthesizing strategies of five research projects in low-and middle-income countries
S Erismann, MA Pesantes, D Beran, A Leuenberger, A Farnham, ...
Health research policy and systems 19 (1), 1-13, 2021
Health insurance cover is increasing among the Tanzanian population but wealthier groups are more likely to benefit
A Kuwawenaruwa, J Borghi
Bank accounts for public primary health care facilities: Reflections on implementation from three districts in Tanzania
A Kuwawenaruwa, M Remme, G Mtei, S Makawia, S Maluka, ...
The International journal of health planning and management 34 (1), e860-e874, 2019
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