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Universal Coverage of Essential Health Services in Sub-Saharan Africa: Projections of Domestic Resources

Resource Type: Report Authors: Carlos Avila, Catherine Connor, and Peter Amico Published: 8/1/2013 Resource Description: Given the African region’s healthy economic outlook, will resource mobilization for health still be an imperative in 2020? HFG looks ahead at the region’s health financing priorities by projecting domestic health spending per capita to 2020 relative to an internationally accepted target for […]

Building Sustainability into HIV/ AIDS Programs

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Deborah Dangay, Itamar Katz, Wendy Wong, and Megan Meline Published: 6/1/2012 Resource Description: Sustainability analysis is becoming a requirement in today’s resource-constrained environment. This brief highlights the realities of the HIV/AIDS funding climate and shows how Health Systems 20/20’s HIV/AIDS Program Sustainability Analysis Tool (HAPSAT) can provide the necessary analysis to aid policymakers in […]

Egypt National Health Accounts: 2008/09

Resource Type: Report Authors: Sharon Nakhimovsky, Douglas Glandon, Nadwa Rafeh, and Nagwan Hassan Published: 11/1/2011 Resource Description: Egypt was one of the first low- and middle-income countries in the world to conduct a National Health Accounts (NHA) analysis. NHA is a powerful tool used to inform health financing policy as well as monitor the impact of policy interventions. […]

Liberia’s Second-Round National Health Accounts: Part I: Institutional Health Spending 2009/10

Resource Type: Report Authors: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia and Health Systems 20/20 Project Published: 11/1/2011 Resource Description: National Health Accounts (NHA) exercise is an internationally recognized methodology used to track total expenditures in a health system for a specified period of time. Liberia performed the NHA in financial year (FY) 2009/2010—the second time the […]

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