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Francophone Africa Archives - P4H Network
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AFD-Supporting the strengthening of Djibouti’s healthcare system
Djibouti

The project aims to improve maternal and child health by targeting 2 specific objectives: (i) Improve the use of quality healthcare services in Djibouti, (ii) Strengthen the steering, regulatory and planning capacities of the Ministry of Health.The main expected...

CSU-Tchad: Targeting the poor launched
CSU-Tchad: Targeting the poor launched
Chad

As part of the operationalization of Universal Health Coverage (UHC), the Ministry of Public Health, through the National Health Insurance Fund, launched data collection operations for the economically deprived on July 3, 2024. At the launch ceremony, Chad' s Minister...

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Final Report 2018-2019
Central African Republic

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS6-RCA) was conducted in 2018-2019 by Institut Centrafricain des Statistiques et des Etudes Economiques et Sociales (ICASEES), as part of the worldwide MICS survey program. The present MICS6-RCA survey, 2018-2019 provides...

Report on the Analysis of Health Financing in the DRC
Congo, Democratic Republic of the

The Local Health System Sustainability (LHSS) project under USAID's Integrated Health Systems IDIQ helps low- and middle-income countries move towards sustainable, self-financing health systems as a means of supporting access to universal health coverage. The aim of...

National Health Development Plan 2019-2022
Congo, Democratic Republic of the

The aim of the National Health Development Plan 2019-2022 is to contribute to the well-being of the Congolese population by 2022 within the framework of Universal Health Coverage and other targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).The overall objective of...

The challenge of Social Security and Universal Health Coverage in the DRC
The challenge of Social Security and Universal Health Coverage in the DRC
Congo, Democratic Republic of the

The management of the Caisse Nationale de Sécurité Sociale (CNSS), the main source of funding for social security in the DRC, is based on a tripartite model involving workers, employers and the State. The transfer of social welfare to the Ministry of Health therefore...

Nurses invited to commit to the success of Universal Health Coverage
Nurses invited to commit to the success of Universal Health Coverage
Congo, Democratic Republic of the

The ordinary congress of the national union of nurses of Congo (UNIC) was held in Kinshasa from June 24 to 26, 2024. On this occasion, they were invited to get involved in supporting Universal Health Coverage. " Advocacy for the labor rights of public sector nurses...

The fight against malaria: Cameroon faces a 55% financing gap
The fight against malaria: Cameroon faces a 55% financing gap
Cameroon

At the Special Parliamentary Day on Malaria, the Minister of Public Health pointed out that, despite the progress made in the fight against this disease, population coverage of prevention and treatment interventions remains insufficient due to inadequate funding....

CMU: citizens still dissatisfied
CMU: citizens still dissatisfied
Côte d’Ivoire

For the past five years, Ivorians have had access to universal health coverage. The Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene is working hard to ensure that enrolment is effective throughout the country. Despite this, people still need to be convinced by the health...

Conclave of experts on health financing in West Africa
Conclave of experts on health financing in West Africa
Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Nigeria, Benin, Togo

A meeting of African experts and stakeholders was held in Abidjan, from June 20 to 22, 2024, with the aim of discussing strategies to strengthen the role of the private sector in healthcare financing in West Africa.At the 32nd AU Assembly held in February 2019 in...

Projet Spark Santé: A catalyst for the operationalization of CMU
Projet Spark Santé: A catalyst for the operationalization of CMU
Côte d’Ivoire

On May 6 and 7, 2024, several experts gathered in Abidjan for the closing of the Spark-santé project (Strategic Purchase and Harmonization of Health Financing and Skills) of the World Bank Group, jointly with the Global Finance Facility (GFF).In figures, the World...

Evaluation of CMU implementation by donors
Evaluation of CMU implementation by donors
Côte d’Ivoire

A delegation of World Bank parliamentarians visited Universal Health Coverage enrolment sites in situ. This move was welcomed by the heads of the ministries in charge of social protection and health. The delegation, led by Jamaican parliamentarian Marlène Forte and...