The majority of countries face challenges in providing social health insurance coverage to the poor. In order to improve people's well-being, this study will investigate the possibility of imposing an environmental tax in order to raise funds for national health insurance subscriptions for vulnerable families in Sudan. A qualitative analysis method depends on in-depth interviews to draw conclusions and quantitative predictions are utilized. The majority of the relevant studies focused on the impact of interventions in reducing environmental pollution, whereas this study focused on the allocation of environmental funds to pay subscriptions on behalf of the vulnerable. This study found that there is an impact of environmental pollution on health. Consequently, a mandatory law to reduce the effects of pollution on health is a necessity. Besides, there is a possibility to impose an environmental levy, which requires the formation of a team of experts from relevant bodies to determine the criteria for drafting the law. Moreover, there is a possibility of deducting a percentage of taxes already imposed on vehicles that varies according to what is agreed upon.
Different economists have expressed different views on public debt from time to time. Different articles about public debt and economic development also have different concepts. But there is a great need for public debt in Nepal's economic development to date. It often seems impossible to sustain economic development of Nepal with our resources. The main objective of this article is to explain the trend of public debt and economic development from 1992/93 to 2018/19. It is also to study the impact of public debt on Nepal's economic development. For this, to study the relationship between the simple linear regression model and multiple regression model has used. The regression model is constructed four equations. The conclusion of the study, R2 is more than 90% and P- value is almost zero of the entire regression model. This states that there is a positive relationship between public debt and economic development in Nepal. Despite such positive relations, our growth rate has not been uniform and public debt has been steadily increasing. But even today, Nepal's economic development needs internal and external debt. The main task today is to properly manage public debt for the economic growth of Nepal in coming days.