Benin Private Health Sector Census

The SHOPS project conducted a private health sector census of Benin to describe the size, scope, and geographic distribution of private health care facilities and providers in the country. The project collected data on services offered and provider characteristics. The census identified a greater number of non-pharmacy private health facilities than the 2,197 that the Ministry of Health identified in 2012. In addition, SHOPS identified 324 private pharmacies and completed interviews with 281 of them. 

Author

Andrew Carmona, Sean Callahan, and Kathryn Banke

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
December 2014
Resource Types
Report
Country
Benin
Health Area
HIV
Child Health
Family Planning
Maternal Health
Keywords
AIDS
HIV/AIDS
pharmacies
Current Downloads
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