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Assessing Health Inequality. CAMBODIA GROUP. Question 1: Do reports contain health data disaggregated by any dimensions of inequality? Yes Question 2: For which health indicators are data most commonly disaggregated? Health service delivery and health expenditure

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  • Question 1: Do reports contain health data disaggregated by any dimensions of inequality?

    Yes

  • Question 2: For which health indicators are data most commonly disaggregated?

    Health service delivery and health expenditure

  • Question 3: Which equity staratifiers-dimensions of inequality are most commonly applied?

    Wealth quintiles, residential location, geographic area, sex, educational level, and..



  • Question 6: Provide an example where health inequality monitoring resulted in a change in a health policy/program/practice.

    Minimize the financial barrier to assess to health services based on study assessing health inequality. For example: health equity fund, vouchure…


  • Question 7: Identify the obstacles related to health inequality monitoring

    - No monitoring system implemented by MoH

    - MoH mostly relied on the donors and NGOs

    - Inadequate data and n0 specific indicators to measure health inequality (data from health information system is very limited)


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