Tanzania Private Health Sector Lending

In August 2016, SHOPS Plus conducted a needs assessment of private health providers in Tanzania. The overall objective was to evaluate their business and financial management training needs and to gain an understanding of their financing requirements.

This report documents providers’ business management skills, current sources of financing, and financial institutions' attitudes toward the private health sector. The authors include several recommendations to improve lending to private providers in Tanzania. 
 

Author

Nhu-An Tran, Stephen Sena, Mecklina, Isasi, and Ignacio Estevez

Contributor

SHOPS Plus 

Published
March 2018
Resource Types
Report
Country
Tanzania
Technical Area
Provider Access to Finance
Current Downloads
26

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