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In Ethiopia, recent studies regarding factors affecting willingness to pay health care services for different preventive and curative once are very minimal and even majority of them focused on specific interventions.
With the scarcity of health facilities per population in the county and within district and the low socio–economic status and other factors of the residents, the willingness to pay for curative services is critically affected and compromised the overall health service utilization.
Hence, the current status of factors affecting willingness to pay for curative service needs to be well assessed at different parts of the country including this district.
The paper has investigated the possible factors affecting the residents’ willingness to pay for curative services.
Teshale D.Yadeta is a highly-successful result-oriented health care professional with Masters of Public Health (MPH) and Post graduate diploma in International Project Management (IDPM).
He has a practically proven technical experiences in areas of RH/FP-MNCHA, nutrition, Malaria and HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control and Health System Strengthening.
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