Resource Type: Report Authors: Andrea Feigl, Chris Lovelace, Nikita Ramchandani Published: 4/01/2016 Resource Description: Since gaining its independence in 2002, Timor-Leste has made significant strides in rebuilding its political system, physical infrastructure, civil service structure, and health care system. The country has done this with substantial financial and technical donor support. In the health sector, Timor-Leste has […]
In January 2014, Indonesia launched an ambitious national health insurance program (Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional, or JKN for short), the cornerstone of its commitment to achieve universal health coverage (UHC) by 2019. Against this background of rapid and transformational change, USAID is collaborating with the Government of Indonesia to promote sustainable financing for service delivery, health […]
A year and half in office, with a visibly ailing health system, the new leadership of the MOH took a decision to revisit the role of primary health care (PHC) as an approach to revitalize and improve provision of health services. The decision on what aspects of PHC the MOH would address required empirical evidence […]
This tool is designed to help public health officials determine areas of strength and weakness in how public funds are managed and spent. It includes a set of general indicators for the health sector as well as a separate set of indicators specifically for the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Good performance of Public Financial Management (PFM) systems is one of the elements of governance that should be reinforced in support of sound, evidence-based health interventions. PFM performance, however, is typically assessed by considering the government as a whole