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My PhD research examines the role of ethnicity, gender, and socio-economic status in explaining differences in health outcomes under the Community-Based Health Insurance (CBHI) scheme in Ethiopia. This study will analyse regional variations in health outcomes under current political and socio-economic systems, provide practical recommendations on improving existing and future policies and programming, and examine the extent to which the CBHI scheme can contribute to the attainment of the health-related targets of the Sustainability Development Goals in Ethiopia. In doing so, this research aims to contribute towards bridging the divide between scholarship and policy, and shaping public health interventions that acknowledge and integrate the hybridity of African experience and humanity.