Nouria Brikci is the Health Team Leader at Oxford Policy Management. In this video, Nouria explains what made Rwanda a unique country for a case study. Focusing on the processes through which Rwanda has implemented community-based health insurance and performance-based financing, Nouria highlights the key role of national centres of excellence, and therefore the importance of putting the emphasis on countries.
She is a health economist and health policy specialist with particular expertise in health financing, qualitative research, and the use of a political economy and PDIA approaches in health systems.
Nouria has carried out numerous analyses of health financing strategies, with a focus on revenue collection mechanisms and their impact on health systems. She has undertaken systematic literature reviews and qualitative operational research in various sub-Saharan African countries.
Nouria has practical experience working on projects in Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Senegal, Togo, Benin, Cameroon, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ethiopia, North Sudan, Swaziland, Zambia, Palestine, India, Nepal, and Pakistan.
She holds a Masters in Development Studies from SOAS and a Masters in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from LSE and LSHTM.