Making health insurance work for the low-income market in South Africa

Making health insurance work for the low-income market in South Africa

24 August, 2009    

This 2009 study identifies the main drivers of health insurance costs in South Africa, as well as strategies that could be used to reduce these costs to support the inclusion of low-income earners.


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Study tour of South African branchless and mobile banking sector

By request of the Pakistani Microfinance Network (a network of microfinance institutions and microfinance banks in Pakistan), we were asked to facilitate a study tour of the South African branchless and mobile banking sector in 2010. The study tour sought to assist the network to learn more from the South African branchless and mobile banking space and included roundtable sessions with government, specialist consultants, NGOs and the private sector.


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