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Abdelrahman Khalifa, Bupa Arabia, KSA Purpose: Private health insurance is growing in Sudan. The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) announced the ‘Road map to Universal Coverage’ goal in 2015, inferring political direction to increase the insured population. This paper aims to

The Sudan Health Consultancy group: A decade of diaspora contributions to public health in the Sudan Muna I. Abdel Aziz, Warrington Borough Council, UK Safa I.A. Abdalla, Stanford University, USA Mayada Abuaffan, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, UK Ishraqa M.A. Awad, Consultant in Public Health

Neha Kapoor, University of Westminster, UK Jane Naufahu, University of Westminster, UK Sundus Tewfik, London Metropolitan University, UK Sushma Bhatnagar, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India Rakesh Garg, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India Ihab Tewfik, University of Westminster, UK Purpose: The main objective

Yassir Abbas Saeed, Ahfad University for Women, Sudan Purpose: This study attempts to examine trends, size, and composition of health expenditures in Sudan during 2000–2011 using simple descriptive and analytical approaches. Healthcare expenditures in Sudan are analysed for the years 2000

Abraham Mainaji Amlogu, Kate Goddenand and Ihab Tewfik, University of Westminster, UK Sundus Tewfik, London Metropolitan University, UK Charles Wambebe, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria Purpose: This presented pilot intervention provides evidence that suggests the use of local resources as therapeutic nutrition. The latter

Ngozi M. Nnam, University of Nigeria, Nigeria Ukpong S. Udofia, University of Uyo, Nigeria Abstract: The study determined the effect of daily consumption of periwinkle on the iron status of pregnant women. One hundred and twenty pregnant women in their second trimester