Cameroon CTAP II – Country Specific Health Sector Accountability Report

The study evaluates the political economy of healthcare delivery in Cameroon, highlighting its governance architecture and failures, the interests and incentives of stakeholders, financing and accountability patterns and gaps, systemic challenges, and snapshot of citizens’
perception of healthcare access and quality. Commissioned under the COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP). This was a mixed study with both empirical and secondary data use. Primary data collection involved Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) from 2
categories of respondents with Category 1 (Government and private healthcare stakeholders) and Category 2 (CSOs and community stakeholders).

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