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Table 7 Changes of the inequality magnitude of public and overall spending on institutional delivery across health care provider typology

From: How equitable is health spending on curative services and institutional delivery in Malawi? Evidence from a quasi-longitudinal benefit incidence analysis

Health spending Year All health facilities Public health facilities Public hospitals Public health centers CHAM health facilities CHAM hospitals CHAM
health centers
Private health facilities
Public spending 2004 Equal Equal Low least poor Low pro-poor n/a n/a n/a n/a
2010 Equal Equal Low least poor Low pro-poor n/a n/a n/a n/a
2015 Low pro-poor Low pro-poor Low least poor Moderate pro-poor n/a n/a n/a n/a
Overall spending 2004 Equal Equal Low least poor Low pro-poor Low least poor Moderate least poor Equal Equal
2010 Low least poor Equal Low least poor Low pro-poor Equal Low least poor Equal Equal
2015 Equal Low pro-poor Low least poor Low pro-poor Equal Equal Equal Equal
  1. Notes: Non-significant CIs were considered equal, 1- -0.346: High pro-poor, -0.345 - 0.150: Moderate pro-poor, -0.149-0: Low pro-poor, 0.346-1: High least-poor, 0.150-0.345: Moderate least-poor, 0-0.149: Low least poor. n/a: not applicable