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Grace Achungura Kabaniha, D.Phil.

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  1. Kabaniha GA, Gedam P, Bekedam H, Bhushan I. Reducing Financial Barriers for Households Due to COVID-19: The Case in India. Health Syst Reform. 2021 01 01; 7(1):e1897323. PMID: 33914672.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansPHPublic Health
  2. Kwesiga B, Aliti T, Nabukhonzo P, Najuko S, Byawaka P, Hsu J, Ataguba JE, Kabaniha G. Correction to: What has been the progress in addressing financial risk in Uganda? Analysis of catastrophe and impoverishment due to health payments. BMC Health Serv Res. 2020 Sep 08; 20(1):843. PMID: 32900368.
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  3. Kwesiga B, Aliti T, Nabukhonzo P, Najuko S, Byawaka P, Hsu J, Ataguba JE, Kabaniha G. What has been the progress in addressing financial risk in Uganda? Analysis of catastrophe and impoverishment due to health payments. BMC Health Serv Res. 2020 Aug 12; 20(1):741. PMID: 32787844.
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  4. Olu O, Drameh-Avognon P, Asamoah-Odei E, Kasolo F, Valdez T, Kabaniha G, Karamagi H, Good S, O'Malley H, Yoti Z, Razakazoa N, Minkoulou E, Dangou JM, Mbassi SM, Castellon MS, Cabore J, Moeti M. Correction to: Community participation and private sector engagement are fundamental to achieving universal health coverage and health security in Africa: reflections from the second Africa health forum. BMC Proc. 2019; 13:11. PMID: 31827602.
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  5. Olu O, Drameh-Avognon P, Asamoah-Odei E, Kasolo F, Valdez T, Kabaniha G, Karamagi H, Good S, O'Malley H, Yoti Z, Razakazoa N, Minkoulou E, Dangou JM, Mbola Mbassi S, Castellon MS, Cabore J, Moeti M. Community participation and private sector engagement are fundamental to achieving universal health coverage and health security in Africa: reflections from the second Africa health forum. BMC Proc. 2019; 13(Suppl 9):7. PMID: 31737089.
    Citations: 4     
  6. Tumusiime P, Nabyonga-Orem J, Karamagi H, Lehmann U, Elongo T, Nikiema JB, Kabaniha G, Okeibunor J. Resilient health systems for attaining universal health coverage. BMJ Glob Health. 2019; 4(Suppl 9):e002006. PMID: 31673440.
    Citations: 1     
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