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HEALTH AID, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HEALTH SPENDING IN SUB SAHARAN AFRICA (SSA): NEW EVIDENCE FROM PANEL DATA ANALYSIS
African Journal of Health Economics
Health aid plays a vital role in increasing the resources needed to finance the health care sector. Such inflow may reduce public allocation to health regardless of its volatile nature. While findings exist for the effect of health aid on public spending, studies for SSA are few, and not much is known about its effect on private spending particularly for SSA where health payments are mainly funded as Out of Pocket (OOP). This is important because health aid is directed towards the eradicationdoi:10.35202/ajhe.2018.7103 fatcat:q65mwj26bzcdvfnmzzifif3zcq