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r24803 r26006 648 648 <P ALIGN="JUSTIFY">In health care assessing the incidence of public spending by gender is particularly difficult because of the marked differences in the health needs of women and men. These differences are related to different biological re</P> 649 649 </FONT> 650 <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=2 CELLPADDING=7> 651 <TR><TD></TD> 652 </TR> 653 </TABLE> 654 650 655 651 <FONT SIZE=2><P ALIGN="JUSTIFY">The main advantage of this type of analysis is that it measures how well public services are targeted to certain groups in the population, including women, the poor, and residents of regions of interest. Requirements anti to women's reproductive and childbearing roles. Some evidence suggests that because of these differences. per capita health cat-e subsidies to women are the same as and sometimes larger than those to men What is clearer is that women are less likely than men to seek health care. including in many countries. hospital care when it is netted and ate mote likely to consult a non medical health cat-e worker (lather than a qualified medical practitioner). Education tends to increase the likelihood that women will seek health care. whether public or ace the likelihood that women will seek health care. whether public or private (World Bank 1994b). </P>
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