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Burkina Faso: Health insurance fund encouraged to do better - P4H Network

Burkina Faso: Health insurance fund encouraged to do better

On June 24, 2021, 19 state-owned companies presented their financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2020, including Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Maladie Universelle (CNAMU).

The Caisse nationale d’assurance maladie universelle (CNAMU) has submitted its accounts for the 2019 and 2020 financial years to the Assemblée générale des Sociétés d’Etat (AG-SE) for the first time, in its capacity as a Etablissement public de prévoyance sociale (EPPS).
It is responsible for implementing the government’s social protection policy in Burkina Faso, in accordance with Law n°060- 2015/CNT of September 5, 2015 on the Universal Health Insurance Scheme (RAMU) dedicated to civilian populations, through the management of the health branch, of social security as defined by the ILO convention on social security. As such, it is responsible for :
– affiliation of employers and registration of insureds;
– collection and recovery of contributions;
– of the agreement ;
– quality control of care services;
– payment for services rendered.
CNAMU will have a total staff of 26 in 2020, as in 2019, made up entirely of government employees. On the other hand, the wage bill has increased from 63.175 million FCFA in 2019 to 82.119 million FCFA in 2020. In terms of performance, CNAMU posted a net loss of FCFA 55.55 million for fiscal 2020.

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