Health Financing and its Welfare Impacts: The Case of Marginalized and Other Socio-Economic Households in Pakistan
Author: Nabila Kunwal

The right to health is an essential component for citizen’s life in any nation. The health behavior of an individual/household depends on beliefs, attitude along with sufficient support with supply side factors including quality and price of services (Balabanova, 2012). Accessibility of health services denotes the ability of a nation to get required services as they want, and generally considered as key indicator of health excellence. Developed economies are one of the best due to providing universal and equitable health care services for their residents. This access to health care is established on solid social value of equality, precised as “the delivery of services to those in need for the public good and health of all citizens”. Equitable accessibility to health services does not mean that everybody receives the same number of services but comparatively fair and equitable delivery of resources, where the service distributed is based on necessity (Balarajan et al., 2011). Supervisor:- Dr. Shujaat Farooq

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Keywords : Health Financing, Marginalized Households, Socio-Economic Households, Welfare Impacts
Supervisor: Shujaat Farooq

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