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SUBMISSION BY RURAL HEALTH ADVOCACY PROJECT

Rural-proofing recovery for resilient health system

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The state of TB in South Africa

More than 750 days have passed since this announcement and South Africa remains in a State of Disaster. Collectively in this time the country has seen more than 3.6 million COVID-19 cases and 100 000 deaths during four transmission peaks of the virus.

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Post budget analysis with a focus on rural health

RHAP’s submission problematizes that social spending such as spending on health, education and human settlements is vulnerable to issues of fiscal space arising out of fiscal risks emanating from State Owned Entities

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RHAP submission by the NHI Bill, 2019

The proposals included in the NHI Bill mark an important step in the transformation of the health system but come at a time when the health system is under significant strain.

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A gendered analysis of the MTBPS with a focus on rural health

RHAP recommends that employing new community health workers in rural areas should be prioritized and that the Appropriations Committees should request both the National Department of Health and Provincial Departments of Health.

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Just priority-setting in time of Auterity

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Protecting rural healthcare in times of economic crisis. There is another way

The proposals included in the NHI Bill mark an important step in the transformation of the health system but come at a time when the health system is under significant strain.

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RHAP submission on the NHI Bill

The proposals included in the NHI Bill mark an important step in the transformation of the health system but come at a time when the health system is under significant strain.

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Budget Cycle: Threats and Opportunities for rural health

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Policy Process and Rural-Health

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How rural is considered in relation to the National Health Insurance process in SA

From Green Paper to Final Policy: Has there been a change in how rural is considered in relation to the National Health Insurance process in South Africa

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Cutting human resources for Health, Who pays?

This report by the Rural Health Advocacy Project (2017), which forms part of The Voice Project and the Rural-Proofing Programme, was made possible by the contributions of the Atlantic Philantrophies; the Claude Leon Foundation, the Raith Foundation and the Open Society Foundation South Africa.

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