I am working where there is no universal health coverage, and the Social Security Fund is the primary means of accessing healthcare for those with jobs.
However, even those with the Social Security Fund face limitations in terms of access, long waiting times, and certain treatments or medications not being covered.
For those without the Social Security Fund, they have to pay for healthcare services themselves. While paying by themselves may offer quicker service, the financial burden remains a significant issue for the majority of the population, limiting access to quality healthcare.
The situation highlights the urgent need for efficient and effective development in this country’s public health sector.