Oraro T, Ngube N, Atohmbom G.Y, Srivastava S, Wyss K. The influence of gender and household headship on voluntary health insurance: the case of North-West Cameroon. Health Policy Plan. 2018;33(2):163-170. DOI: 10.1093/heapol/czx152

2018
Journal Article
PubMed (29145600)

Radermacher R, Srivastava S, Walsham M, Paolucci F, Chhorn S. Enhancing the inclusion of vulnerable and high-risk groups in demand-side health financing schemes in Cambodia: a concept for a risk-adjusted subsidy approach. Geneva Pap R I-Iss P. 2016;41(2):244-258. DOI: 10.1057/gpp.2016.5

2016
Journal Article

Srivastava S, Nemec J, Stoermer M. Applying technology in informal sector health insurance schemes - the example of the insurance management information system in Tanzania, Nepal and Cameroon. Trop Med Int Health, 2015;20(Suppl. 1):83-84. Abstracts of the 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health, 6-10 September 2015, Basel, Switzerland

2015
Conference Paper

Radermacher R, Roberts J, Singh R, Srivastava S. Integrated risk management in microinsurance. In: Morelli E,Onnis G.A,Ammann W.J,Sutter C, eds. Microinsurance: an innovative tool for risk and disaster management, 7-38. Davos: Global Risk Forum, 2010

2010
Book Section
Link

Srivastava S, Majumdar A, Singh J.R. Financial inclusion opportunities for micro health insurance in Nepal: an exploratory analysis of health incidence, costs and willingness to pay in Dhading and Banke districts of Nepal. Delhi: Micro Insurance Academy, 2010

2010
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