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Alignment Archives - P4H Network
Donor coordination to support universal health coverage in Malawi
Donor coordination to support universal health coverage in Malawi
Malawi

Malawi's Ministry of Health tackles health financing and donor coordination challenges with innovative strategies, yet faces hurdles from power dynamics and donor-government priority misalignment.A recent scholarly publication underscores the complexities arising from...

A plea for Burkinabe companies to finance health care
A plea for Burkinabe companies to finance health care
Burkina Faso

Speaking to the press on December 28, 2023, the Organization for New Initiatives in Development and Health (ONIDS) took stock of the implementation of its project, which urged private companies to act for greater social responsibility in financing health care in...

Organizational and functional audit of the MSP of Niger
Niger

This document is the final report of the organizational and functional audit of the Ministry of Public Health in Niger. It identifies the priority areas for modernization and the major orientations for strengthening the Ministry of Health's capacities in the short,...

Reflections and actions for an FCS 2.0 in Niger
Niger

The document, drawn up by Jean François CAREMEL, P4H-CFP in Niger, was prompted by a request from the Secretary General of the Ministry of Health, in the context of the decision to refocus the Fonds Commun Santé on fungible funds: "To develop an analysis to feed into...

Understanding pandemic financing and learning from other experiences

The discussion paper, prepared for a Geneva workshop, examines pandemic financing challenges, explores spending capacities of countries, and analyses financing mechanisms from global regimes, including lessons from the Global Fund. This discussion paper was crafted in...

Niger 2022 Economic Update
Niger

After a COVID-19 related growth slowdown in 2020, Niger’s economic recovery was hit by a series of climate and security shocks in 2021 that deteriorated many economic and social indicators. As a result, GDP growth decelerated to 1.4 percent in 2021, which translated...

Annuaire des statistiques sanitaires du Niger-2021
Niger

The statistics directory is the national reference document for sharing health statistics in Niger. It compiles routine data from the various levels of the healthcare system (public and private) as well as mass campaign data. The directory serves as a basis for...

The Pandemic Fund announces 500 million dollars in 2nd round of funding
The Pandemic Fund announces 500 million dollars in 2nd round of funding

The Pandemic Fund's Governing Board has approved a $500 million grant for its second round of funding, aiming to assist low and middle-income countries in enhancing pandemic preparedness. The online application portal opens in late February, closing on May 17, 2024,...

Sustainable financing for health: Forging a new path
Sustainable financing for health: Forging a new path

Published in the World Bank Blog Series Investing in Health and authored by Mamta Murthi, the Vice President for Human Development at the World Bank, this blog lays emphasis on stronger domestic health financing and greater investment in health systems among others.  ...

Burkina Faso: Orientation workshop on the health alignment framework
Burkina Faso: Orientation workshop on the health alignment framework
Burkina Faso

From March 28 to 30, 2023, the World Bank, in partnership with the Ministry of Health, organized an orientation workshop on the alignment framework in the health sector in Burkina Faso. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Minister of Health, Dr Lucien...

Côte d’Ivoire: Meeting of the Health Financing TWG
Côte d’Ivoire: Meeting of the Health Financing TWG
Côte d’Ivoire

On Friday May 26, 2023, the Health Financing Technical Working Group (GTT_FS)-Health Sector Group met. Several key points were on the agenda of the meeting, which took place via Teams under the leadership of P4H-PFP in Côte d'Ivoire, Serges Mayaka.This meeting of the...

Chad: Workshop to disseminate the SRMNIAN Investment Dossier
Chad: Workshop to disseminate the SRMNIAN Investment Dossier
Chad

From May 16 to 19, 2023, the Ministry of Public Health and Prevention held a workshop on the implementation of the Investment File for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent and Youth Health, Nutrition and Civil Registration in Chad. This workshop is...

Cameroun-Projet Backup Santé : Rapport final
Cameroon

Le Ministère de la Santé a réalisé en 2020, une étude pour évaluer les politiques relatives au genre dans la santé du Cameroun, en collaboration avec le P4H et la GIZ. L’objectif de l‟étude était d‟analyser la transformation sociale favorable aux femmes à travers le processus de budgétisation en utilisant la méthodologie à l‟aide de l‟outil « Equity Budgeting Tool ».Selon les résultats de cette étude, des discriminations de genre persistent dans le secteur de la santé, même si des efforts sont déployés pour les réduire. Les inégalités sont visibles au niveau de l‟accessibilité à certains soins de santé pour les femmes et dans certains groupes spécifiques en milieu rural où se pose avec acuité la question de disponibilité des médicaments et structures de santé. Ainsi, la persistance de ces inégalités contredit les discours politiques et les stratégies nationales qui énoncent l‟élimination des inégalités liées au genre.
C‟est dans ce contexte que le Projet BACKUP SANTE de la GIZ, a commandité la présente étude qui se situe dans la continuité des initiatives antérieures mises en œuvre, afin de mieux comprendre les enjeux genre dans le financement de la santé, afin d‟atteindre les objectifs de la Couverture Santé Universelle.