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Financing healthcare for migrants: A case study from Thailand

— theme: Rights and protection of migrants
— country: Thailand
— type: Reports

IOM & WHO - 2009. This study was funded by the Government of Japan through the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security. The study aims to investigate the existing healthcare financing options for stateless / displaced persons and registered or unregistered migrant workers in order to provide recommendations to the MOPH and the National Health Security Office in relation to future healthcare financing for these population groups. The study was conducted in the provinces of Mae Sot, Sangklaburi, Samut Sakorn and Ranong. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches were employed to inform the study.

Financing healthcare for migrants: A case study from Thailand

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Author/Editor
Dr. Samrit Srithamrongsawat, Ms. Ratanaporn Wisessang and Ms. Sarinthorn Ratjaroenkhajorn
Publishing Year
2008
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