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National health accounts report from 2015 to 2018 in CAR - P4H Network

National health accounts report from 2015 to 2018 in CAR

Health accounts are a tool for systematically, consistently and exhaustively tracking the flow of resources in a country’s healthcare system. In the CAR, they are drawn up on a regular basis and make it possible to assess the total amount allocated to healthcare services and the purchase of medical goods for healthcare facilities.

Health accounts (HA) provide a coherent, harmonized framework for assessing the volume of funding mobilized to implement health activities, and for tracing the flow of this funding from its initial source to the activities for which it was used. In this way, they enable us to assess the efforts made, as well as the relevance and impact of this funding in relation to health priorities. The preparation of the 2015 to 2018 health accounts report is an exercise led by experts from the Ministry of Health and Population with support from the World Health Organization. The methodology applied is the international standard methodology of the System of Accounts (SHA) 2011, making data collected from countries at the same level of development comparable. They were drawn up as part of a participatory process, the final stage of which was the validation workshop.