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Grenada Health Systems and Private Sector Assessment 2011

Resource Type: Report Authors: Laurel Hatt, Danielle Altman, Slavea Chankova, Carol Narcisse, Donna-Lisa Peña, Pamela Riley, Jordan Tuchman, Taylor Williamson, and Andrew Won Published: 5/1/2012 Resource Description: Grenada is one of 12 Caribbean countries joining efforts with the United States Government in the United States-Caribbean Regional HIV and AIDS Partnership Framework 2010–2014 (Partnership Framework). The United States Agency for […]

Antigua and Barbuda Health Systems and Private Sector Assessment 2011

Resource Type: Report Authors: Sara Sulzbach, Slavea Chankova, Lisa Tarantino, Rich Feeley, Kylie Ingerson, Carol Narcisse, and Anneke Wilson Published: 5/1/2012 Resource Description: Antigua and Barbuda is one of 12 Caribbean countries joining efforts with the United States Government to sustain its HIV response, as exemplified by the United States-Caribbean Regional HIV and AIDS Partnership Framework 2010–2014 (Partnership […]

Ukraine Health System Assessment 2011

Resource Type: Report Authors: Lisa Tarantino, Slavea Chankova, Josh Rosenfeld, Subrata Routh, and Elizabeth Preble Published: 8/1/2011 Resource Description: In response to a request from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Ukraine Mission, Health Systems 20/20 conducted this assessment in order to identify strengths and weaknesses in the Ukraine health system, focusing on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and family […]

Maternal Health in Ghana: Investigating the Impact of the National Health Insurance Scheme on Maternal Health Indicators

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Laurel Hatt, Slavea Chankova, and Sara Sulzbach Published: 4/1/2009 Resource Description: To address economic barriers to skilled delivery care, policymakers have begun experimenting with health financing interventions such as vouchers and health insurance. Ghana, for example, has passed legislation to establish a National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) which provides free antenatal and facility-based delivery […]

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