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Advancing Health Systems Podcast

  Welcome to the “Advancing Health Systems in low- and middle-income countries” Podcast. This podcast mini-series is part of the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project, a large health system strengthening project funded by USAID and led by Abt Associates. This series will explore topics in health finance and governance, and delve into how and […]

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Better Health Governance, Better Health Systems: The Evidence

On November 14th and 15th, USAID’s Office of Health Systems (OHS), the World Health Organization (WHO), with the support of the Health Finance and Governance Project (HFG) hosted an event, “Better Health Governance, Better Health Systems: The Evidence” in Washington, DC. This follows the Marshalling the Evidence initiative, launched in September 2016, with the objective […]

Accountability, Health Governance, and Health Systems: Uncovering the Linkages

Resource Type: Report Authors: Derick W. Brinkerhoff, David Jacobstein, Jeremy Kanthor,  Dheepa Rajan and Katie Shepard Published: November 2017 Resource Description: This report presents findings and analysis related to accountability, its connections to health governance, and links to health system performance. As part of a series on governance interventions that contribute to health system performance, this report aims to […]

Public Financial Management, Health Governance, and Health Systems

Resource Type: Report Authors: Annie Baldridge, Elizabeth Elfman, Eunice Heredia-Ortiz, Hélène Barroy, Karima Saleh, and  Catherine Connor Published: October 2017 Resource Description: While the importance of governance in a health system is well recognized, there is an overall lack of evidence and understanding of the dynamics of how improved governance can influence health system performance and health […]

Stronger Health Governance to Tackle Emerging Health Emergencies

The lack of trust between communities and health systems has been cited by the World Health Organization as a significant factor in fueling West Africa’s Ebola epidemic. Many communities did not follow officially recommended practices—such as safe funeral and burial rites. Others did not cooperate with contact tracing ‒ identifying people who may have been […]

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IHP+ UHC 2030: Building a Partnership to Sustain Health Systems

Last week, nearly 100 experts and policy makers from countries gathered in Geneva, Switzerland for the “UHC 2030 Multi-stakeholder Consultation: Building a Partnership to Sustain Health Systems.” Organized by IHP+, the consultative meeting brought together stakeholders from low- and middle-income country representatives, civil society organizations, and donors. Their aim was to start a “movement for […]

Atelier de Restitution des Resultats de l’Evaluation du Secteur Prive de la Sante au Benin

Tenu à l’INFOSEC de Cotonou, le 07 Octobre 2013, l’atelier de restitution des résultats de l’évaluation du secteur privé de la santé du Bénin a connu la participation de plus de 35 personnes représentant les acteurs des secteurs public, privé et de la société civile. En effet, l’évaluation du secteur privé de la santé a […]

Plan Stratégique de Développement de la PSSP, 2015-2019

Ce Plan Stratégique de Développement de la Plateforme du Secteur Privé de la Santé (PSSP), 2015-2019 représente une feuille de route pour permettre à la PSSP d’atteindre son objectif et la vision de contribuer à l’amélioration l’état de santé de la population béninoise sur la base d’une meilleure organisation des acteurs du secteur privé de […]

Health Systems 20/20 and Governance

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Systems 20/20 Published: 10/1/2011 Resource Description: This brief outlines Health Systems 20/20’s approach to governance. Health Systems 20/20 approaches health governance through a framework that defines the rules, roles, responsibilities, and institutions that shape the interactions among three main sets of actors: citizens/service users, government officials, and health service providers. These interactions include […]

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