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Discussion Paper Archives - P4H Network
Quality of maternal and newborn care in Niger
Niger

In Niger, improving the supply, quality and demand for healthcare services is the second strategic focus of the 2017-2021 Health Development Plan. The purpose of this document is to inform users in general, and authorities in particular, in order to help them make...

Contraceptive prevalence and fertility in Niger
Niger

Niger's population tripled between 1988 and 2021, from 7.2 to 23.6 million. This strong demographic growth is the result of a high and stable fertility rate, with almost 7 children per woman during this period. This study aims to highlight recent levels and trends in...

Mapping health financing in Niger
Niger

The Republic of Niger joined the GFF in July 2019. The Nigerien government welcomed this partnership as an opportunity to improve the cost-effectiveness and equity of healthcare spending (both public and external) by aligning it with national priorities centered on...

Transitional measures for the reimbursement of free health care in Niger
Niger

This working paper has been produced on the physical verification approach in health facilities. The aim is to ensure reimbursement of the costs associated with free health care in the 2023 health facilities, after monitoring and verifying the effectiveness of the...

Policy Brief: Mobilizing resources for NCD prevention in Senegal
Senegal

In Senegal, 61% of deaths from non-communicable diseases will occur prematurely between the ages of 30 and 69 in 2019. The management of NCDs is included in the National Health and Social Development Plan 2019-2028 and in the National Health Financing Strategy to move...

Policy brief: more money for better health in Senegal
Senegal

By deploying primary healthcare interventions in low- and middle-income countries, 60 million lives could be saved and average life expectancy increased by 3.7 years by 2030. Since its adoption, Senegal has made it a pillar of its health policy.

Burundi: Strategic options for universal health coverage in Burundi
Burundi

From September 05 to 09, 2022, GT-CSU members met in workshops to discuss the following agenda: 1) Revision and improvement of the health financing strategy document 2) Identify and analyze the different possible scenarios for Burundi to move towards CSU, and analyze...