The distribution of both public healthcare spending and overall healthcare spending has become increasingly egalitarian in Burkina Faso, Malawi, and Zambia, according to a new study. Nevertheless, there remain significant regional differences within countries. In addition, limitations in data availability make it difficult to assess the extent of evolving forms of inequalities. Policy interventions are required both to tackle inequalities in spending, and to invest in improving data quality for more accurate analysis to inform decision-making.
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