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USAID FRONTLINES Highlights Social Health Protection Project's Work to Alleviate Poverty with Health Insurance
USAID, URC and their partners on the Social Health Protection Project have been working with the Cambodian Ministry of Health to manage an insurance program to provide poor households with free access to public health services. Health insurance means access to preventive care, fewer serious illnesses and financial stability for those debt-ridden by medical costs.
To read the FRONTLINES article, visit "Lifting Cambodia’s Poorest Out of Poverty with Health Insurance."
For more information about URC's work in Cambodia, please visit our Better Health Services project page.
April 09, 2014