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This analysis identified several inefficiencies related to how the financial budget and other financial resources are allocated and spent. It also presented potential actions that can improve resource allocation within the MoHSS budget and address some of the challenges identified during the analysis.
This process guide outlines an iterative process to support budgetary allocation decisions aligned with regional populations and needs as prioritized in the EHSP. The process guide proposes a broad decision-making framework that can be used to review current practices and move toward more efficient approaches in resource allocation.
This document describes the process to be followed for the regular revisions of the EHSP and presents important elements that support the updating, so that an EHSP that is a sustainable, equitable, and accessible—within financial and other constraints—is delivered to the population.
This PSCSE landscape report was compiled using evidence generated from a comprehensive documentary review and selected key informant interviews conducted to gain insight into the status of implementation of existing PPPs, and the challenges, lessons learned, and success stories.
The Namibian government has a long history of working with the private sector to deliver essential health services. However, the engagement between the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MOHSS) and private sector actors within the health sector is mostly through ad hoc interactions during national campaigns, planning processes and service delivery. Thus, there is a need for more-coordinated and more-strategic engagement to effectively leverage the private sector's capacity and strategically position the private sector’s role in advancing universal health coverage (UHC).
Uniéndose, las organizaciones locales y regionales están trazando un camino adelante para mejorar el acceso a la atención médica para las mujeres y otros migrantes vulnerables en Honduras.
Joining together, local and regional organizations are plotting a way forward to improve health care access for women and other vulnerable migrants in Honduras.
Ukraine is facing extraordinary challenges to its health system amidst the Russian invasion, including attacks on Ukrainian medical facilities and infrastructure. To restore and maintain critical health services to Ukraine’s dispersed population, the Ministry of Health is strengthening its capacity to offer medical consultations via telemedicine. This two-page Progress Update describes LHSS technical assistance for the effort and results as of January 2023.
Routine stakeholder engagement is critical to fair and inclusive national priority setting for health, but many countries face challenges in reaching key groups. This blog shares promising practices for bringing in key stakeholders and making sure the loudest voices aren’t the only ones heard.
LHSS has conducted a review of the information systems of countries along the migration route, as well as the mandates and roles of subregional platforms and supranational agencies related to the cross-border exchange of health information.
Colombia ha emergido como líder en la elaboración de políticas que integran a los migrantes a la economía y la sociedad, garantizan su derecho universal a la salud y movilizan recursos nacionales para cumplir con la creciente demanda de servicios de salud.
LHSS is supporting local government institutions in Bangladesh’s densely populated Rajshahi and Sylhet Divisions to expand access to primary health services and reduce out-of-pocket expenditures for low-income urban residents.
This is the first study to assess, with validated methodology and questionnaires, the perception that patients and health professionals have about the ease of use, usefulness, and general satisfaction of an application for the registration of healthcare information created by MINSA.
For countries wanting to strengthen health budget execution, learning about promising approaches used by others is one thing but putting them into practice is another. This blog reveals how two countries, Lao PDR and Peru, adapted promising practices and began to implement them.