The African Journal of Health Economics is an international journal aimed at promoting and sustaining the knowledge, development and application of health economics in health policy and systems in Africa, economic analysis of health and healthcare, development of methodologies for health economics and policy analysis that are sensitive enough to significantly reflect differences observed in the African context, health care provision, health care financing, equity and efficiency in service provision and delivery, public health policy and governance, determinants of health and their policy implications, valuation of health, a wide range of health related materials with policy implications, development and evaluation of health systems, programmes and related interventions being carried out in the Africa.

It is particularly keen to publish findings and reviews which though originating from the African region, are of general interest to a global readership. Articles originating from other parts of the worlds but which are relevant to policy debates in health systems in Africa are also welcome.

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Published: 2023-06-08

In the Era of Declining Donor Financing, can Domestic Resources Sustain Civil Society Organizations’ Efforts to end New-born HIV Infections?

Jonathan Cali, Altea Cico, Aida Yemaneberhan, Ugochukwu ‘Ugo’ Amanyeiwe, B. Ryan Phelps, Meena Srivastava, Alexandra Vrazo, Josef Tayag, Carlos Avila


Adverse Selection in Health Insurance in Nigeria

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print ISSN: 2006-4802