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Advances in Health Finance & Governance: Knowledge and Learning Briefs

  The Advances in Health Finance & Governance Knowledge & Learning Brief Series is designed to highlight learning and lessons from the HFG project in nine core areas: domestic resource mobilization, strategic health purchasing, health financing strategies, expanding coverage through health insurance, financial data for decision making, governance, institutional capacity building, workforce and efficiency, and building […]

Measuring Institutional and Technical Capacity for Health Accounts In-Country

While supporting over 20 countries with expenditure tracking, the HFG resource tracking team wanted to understand how institutional and technical capacity for Health Accounts was changing. This would help to target technical assistance to each country. HFG developed a “Health Accounts Capacity Assessment” tool to measure the growth in Health Accounts capacity in countries that […]

Lessons Learned in Institutional Capacity Building

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Finance and Governance Project Published: August 2018 Resource Description: The objective of this document is to present lessons learned based on HFG’s ICB experience, and to provide practical guidance that will inform future work in health systems strengthening. Ultimately, improved health system governance and management lead to improvements in the quality of essential […]

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Building Institutional Capacity for Stronger Health Systems

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Sara Bennett and Fred Rosensweig Published: April 2018 Resource Description: Without strong national institutions, health systems strengthening is likely to fail. While institutional capacity development is integral to strengthening health systems and transitioning to self-reliance, it can be difficult to deliver effectively. The experience of the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project […]

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