Rwanda Leads Africa With Universal Healthcare Scheme
Rwanda is one of the few developing countries in the world that have successfully achieved universal healthcare, with a scheme touted as one of the most successful on the continent. It is also credited for the country's lower maternal and infant mortality rates.
East African, 15 December 2018
With more than 90 per cent of Rwandans covered under the community-based health insurance scheme locally known as Mutuelle de Santé, Rwanda is one of the few developing… Read more »
New Times, 22 November 2018
Experts have called for proactive measures to achieve universal healthcare coverage in order to reverse the trend where millions of people are pushed into extreme poverty by… Read more »
Doctors at Rwanda Military Hospital, Kanombe (file photo).
New Times, 8 November 2018
Rwanda aims to achieve universal coverage of equitable quality maternal, neonatal and child health services by 2024, Rwandan health minister Diane Gashumba said Thursday in the… Read more »
Many African countries are integrating universal health insurance into their national health strategy, which has been lauded by the World Health Organization. It is an initiative ... Read more »