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Barbados Health Spending Estimation

Resource Type: Study Results Authors: Karishmah Bhuwanee Published: September 2018 Resource Description: Over the past five years, Barbados has been grappling with economic challenges while trying to provide universal health coverage for its population. At the same time, an aging population, rising incidence of non-communicable diseases, and the population’s desire for new and innovative treatments are contributing to […]

Analyse des politiques de gratuité et étude du cout de traitement du paludisme au Bénin

Resource Type: Publication Authors: Delphin Degla, Sophie Faye, Hawa Barry, André Zida, Yann Derrriennic Published: September 2018 Resource Description: Dans le cadre de la lutte contre le paludisme, le Bénin a adopté la politique de la gratuité de la prise en charge des cas de paludisme chez les femmes enceintes et les enfants de moins de cinq ans en Octobre 2011. Cette initiative vise à soulager […]

Resource Gap for Public Sector Provision of the Expanded Programme on Immunization in Bangladesh, 2017-2022

Resource Type: Publication Authors: Katie Shepard, Shamima Akhter, Afroja Yesmin, Nathan Blanchet and Mursaleena Islam Published: June 2018 Resource Description: This brief provides an overview of the resource gap analysis for the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in Bangladesh, based on the distribution of domestic and external resources allocated to the EPI and the estimated costs for […]

Resource Gap for Public Sector Provision of the Essential Service Package in Bangladesh, 2017-2022

Resource Type: Publication Authors: Katie Shepard, Shamima Akhter, Afroja Yesmin, Nathan Blanchet and Mursaleena Islam Published: June 2018 Resource Description: This brief provides an overview of the resource gap analysis for the ESP, including data estimates for the Government of Bangladesh and donors, and presents the calculated resource gap for public sector provision of the Essential Service Package […]

Myanmar Strategic Purchasing 6: Improving Medical Record Keeping

Resource Type: Publication Authors: Alex Ergo, Daniel Crapper, Dr. Han Win Htat and Dr. Phyo Myat Aung Published: September 2018 Resource Description: This is the sixth in a series of briefs examining practical considerations in the design and implementation of a strategic purchasing pilot project among private general practitioners (GPs) in Myanmar. This pilot aims to […]

Evaluation de L’impact de la formation Pratiquesur les soins et Traitement des PVVIH au profit des Infirmiers et sages-femmes affectes en 2016 dans 8 districta sanitaires a forte morbidite LIEE au VIH/SIDA

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Finance and Governance Project Published: September 2018 Resource Description: The impact study sought to understand the extent to which the placed nurses and midwives were practicing task sharing, and capture information about these health workers’ satisfaction on the job and challenges encountered. The study took a representative sample of 80 […]

Costing of Community-Level HIV Services in Barbados: Final Report

Resource Type: Report Authors: Dr. Sophie Faye, Chisa Cumberbatch, and Altea Cico Published: September 2017 Barbados is currently experiencing tight fiscal constraints due to the slowdown of economic growth coupled with the fact that as a high-income country, it now no longer qualifies for concessional loan arrangements and grants from development partners. The President’s Emergency Plan for […]

HFG Impact Study Shows Majority of First Cohort of Deployed Nurses and Midwives Practicing Task Sharing in Cote d’Ivoire  

In 2018, the USAID Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project supported the Ivoirian Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene (MHPH) to conduct an impact study on the implementation of nurse-initiated ART.  As a first step towards this intervention, the government of Cote d’Ivoire approved HIV task sharing for nurses and midwives in 2015 and mandated […]

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