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Kyrgyz Republic - Second Health and Social Protection Project (English)

Ratings of Second Health and Social Protection Project for Kyrgyz Republic were as follows: outcome was satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was modest. Some of the lessons learned include: (i) The Sector-wide approach (SWAp) mechanism to implementing the project demonstrated positive outcomes but also revealed shortcomings; (ii) Government commitment is critical for the successful implementation and World Bank (WB) projects must be fully consistent with government reform plans; (iii) Ministry of Health (MOH) stewardship and leadership is key; (iv) Explicit Theory of Change with connections between activities and measurable outcomes is critical to successful implementation of a project; and (v) To strengthen collaboration across health and social protection in implementing a joint project, it is recommended to clearly identify the synergies between the proposed social protection and health agenda at the design stage as well as ensure consistency of implementation arrangements, establishment of joint steering committees, and joint monitoring of project implementation.

Details

  • Document Date

    2020/08/31

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    ICR5047

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/09/03

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Kyrgyz Republic - Second Health and Social Protection Project

  • Keywords

    maternal and child health; maternal and child health care; social assistance; antenatal and postnatal care; health outcome; treatment of childhood illnesses; national health; skilled attendance at delivery; access to reproductive health; mother to child transmission; social safety net system; access to health service; people with special need; Social Protection Delivery Systems; Primary and Secondary Prevention; national health insurance fund; Human Resources for Health; quality of maternal health; primary health care; clinical protocol; long-term outcome; automation of business; number of beneficiaries; social service provision; day care center; procurement of equipment; core service; child health service; families with child; standard operating procedure; health systems barriers; pool of fund; incidence of poverty; trade and investment; decline in poverty; world trade organization; delivery program; neonatal mortality rates; hiv infected mothers; transmission of infection; treatment of patient; procurement of contraceptives; international good practice; public health expenditure; early neonatal mortality; Health Care Delivery; reducing child mortality; social assistance program; national health-sector; Health System Support; social protection system; maternal health service; Country Partnership Strategy; maternal mortality ratio; development of information; kreditanstalt fur wiederaufbau; allocation of resource; removal of barrier; categories of beneficiaries; cash compensation program; health care system; equipment and supply; former soviet union; transmission of hiv; health information system; efficiency and quality; health reform program; number of women; hiv prevalence rate; Human Immunodeficiency Virus; Public Expenditure Management; assessment of achievement; health system effectiveness; coronary heart disease; quality of care; Oral rehydration therapies; emergency obstetric care; people with disability; proportion of woman; families in need; intrauterine device insertion; capacity of institutions; rational drug use; oral rehydration salt; maternal health care; Corporate Results Indicator; skilled health personnel; targeted social assistance; cash transfer program; human capital accumulation; social protection sector; integrated household survey; treatment of children; total fertility rate; pregnant woman; Health Workers; Antenatal Care; targeting performance; The Disabled; disease management; health condition; Mental health; prescription practices; neonatal care; exclusion error; targeted program; care service; certification service; analytical capacity; financial protection; basic equipment; social care; target indicator; primary care; turnaround time; national policy; benefit administration; data exchange; improved delivery; social impact; normal deliveries; household consumption; pocket payment; extreme poverty; preventive care; outcome indicator; improving governance; intermediate outcome; rural area; vulnerable group; target system; fiduciary function; health status; health gain; benefit structure; certification standard; healthcare system; medical service; intra-uterine devices; lab worker; program outcome; statistical data; reform priorities; clinical information; delivery network; result indicator; outcome targets; utilization rate; reduced poverty; financial gap; beneficiary household; fiduciary training; supportive infrastructure; program planning; health workforce; health coverage; benefit target; several reasons; support policy; hospital autonomy; competency training; basic food; rehabilitation plan; core system; technical infrastructure; antiretroviral drug; financing option; reform strategy; certification model; strategic approach; donor coordination; the administration; oblast level; measurable results; improved health; fighting poverty; international integration; economic reform; population group; political instability; treatment regimen; poverty headcount; effective monitoring; pulmonary tuberculosis

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Kyrgyz Republic - Second Health and Social Protection Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/263061599142760877/Kyrgyz-Republic-Second-Health-and-Social-Protection-Project