Quality of Care
Moroccans were asked to rate the quality of the health care they receive by ranking it as very bad, bad, average, good or very good. Only a very small fraction of respondents report having very good health care (3%).
Figure 12 shows women’s responses by income adequacy. As income adequacy increases so does the quality of medical care.
Upper-income women are 5 or 10 times as likely as low- and lower-middle-income women to report having very good medical care (10%, 2% and 1% respectively). Almost four in ten low-income women (38%) receive bad or very bad medical care, compared to 14% of upper-income women.