Grameen Kalyan, Micro Health Insurance Program: a case study
Jyoti Dhingra, Md. Nafeesur Rahman, Micro Health Insurance for Rural Women in Bangladesh (Project), Women's Empowerment through Employment and Health (Project)
ILO-WEEH Project, 2005 - Business & Economics
Study with reference to Micro Health Insurance for Rural Women in Bangladesh, a sub-project of Women's Empowerment through Employment and Health (Project), implemented by Grameen Kalyan, a not for profit company in Bangladesh.
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THE INSURANCE SCHEME CHARACTERISTICS
THE INDICATORS OF THE INSURANCE SYSTEM S OPERATIONS
23 centers Bangladesh card holder Center Director center level center will pay Comilla conducted consultation fee costs Dhaka diabetes package discussions diseases districts Ephedrine GB members GK centers GK health center GK program GK schemes GK staff Grameen Bank branch Grameen Bank members Grameen Kalyan health Grameen Kalyan scheme Grameen members health assistants health care providers health scheme health services household ILO supported informal economy insurance scheme loans located MBBS doctor MHIB Micro Health Insurance micro-credit Narayanganj Number of centers number of members Number of patients operational organized paramedics pathological tests percent poor population poverty premium provide services quality health quality of services Rajshahi Regional Managers Regional Office renew their memberships rural areas Rural Health Program safe delivery package Salbutamol satellite clinics services provided Table Tangail target group types of memberships UNICEF user fees village doctor visits WEEH project weighing scales women