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Uganda - Quantitative Service Delivery Survey (Health)

This survey collected data on the supplyside of service provision in health facilities, which are particularly suitable due to the facility-based nature of service provision. The focus on the supplyside is novel, because to date very little attention has been paid to examining cost efficiency and other supplyside issues in public health facilities, despite the common result from the literature that the quality of service delivery in health facilities has a considerable impact on demand.

Contact:Ritva Reinikka

ProjectDescription:Cost Efficiency and Incentives in Health Care (Uganda),June 2000.



District facility data sheet

These questionnaires were used to examine determinants of cost-efficiency in primary health facilities (including public and private providers).  Pre-tested: October 2000. 






  • Fighting Corruption to Improve Schooling: Evidence from a Newspaper Campaign in Uganda, J. Svensson and R. Reinikka,  Journal Of European Economic Association 3: 259-67, 2005. (Prepublication version)

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