Policy briefs

Ridde, V., Witter, S., Garshong, B., & Queuille, L. (2013). L’intégration de l’exemption du paiement des services de santé maternelle au sein de l’assurance nationale de santé au Ghana. [pdf]

Belaid, L., Baudry, M., Queuille, L., & Ridde, V. (2013). Pharmacy system performance and integration: two essential conditions for the success of free healthcare measures in Côte d’Ivoire. [pdf]

Queuille, L., & Ridde, V. (2013). The user fees exemption piloted in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso reinforces the resilience of vulnerable populations. [pdf]

Johri, M., Ridde, V., Heinmüller, R., Sossa, F., & Haddad, S. (2013). The lives of between 14 000 and 19 000 children under five could be saved by a national scaling-up of the user fees exemption tested in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso. [pdf]

Ridde, V., Philibert, A., Bado, A., & Fournier, P. (2012). Women in Burkina Faso perceive free deliveries to be of good quality. [pdf]

Ly, A., Ridde, V., & Kouanda, S. (2012). Au Niger, l’exemption du paiement des soins a entraîné une charge de travail très élevée pour les agents de santé d’un disctrict soutenu par une ONG. [pdf]

Ly, A., Queuille, L., Kouanda, S., & Ridde, V. (2012). The user fees exemption pilot project in the Sahel region did not lead to work overloads for health workers in Burkina Faso. [pdf]

Ridde, V., Heinmüller, R., & Haddad, S. (2010). User fees exemption for children tested in Burkina Faso improved equity. [pdf]

Atchessi, A. N., Ridde, V., Haddad, S., Heinmüller, R., & Queuille, L. (2008). The user fees exemption pilot project in Burkina Faso did not lead to a waste of medicines by health workers. [pdf]

Haddad, S., Ridde, V., Bekele, Y., & Queuille, L. (2011). Increased subsidies for delivery costs translate into more women giving birth in health centres. [pdf]

Robert, E., Queuille, L., Ridde, V., & Kafando, Y. (2011). The state of current knowledge on user fees exemption policies and programs in West Africa. [pdf]

Morestin, F., Grant, P., & Ridde, V. (2009). Criteria and processes for identifying the poor as beneficiaries of programs in developing countries. [pdf]

Noirhomme, M., Ridde, V., & Morestin, F. (2009). Improving access to health care services for the poorest: the case of health equity funds. [pdf]

Morestin, F., & Ridde, V. (2009). How can the poor be better integrated into health insurance programs in Africa? An overview of possible strategies. [pdf]

Morestin, F., & Ridde, V. (2009). The abolition of user fees for health services in Africa: lessons from the literature. [pdf]