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

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  • Document Date

    2005/09/15

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB1783

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Kyrgyz Republic,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Kyrgyz Republic - Health and Social Protection SWAp Project

  • Keywords

    efficiency of the public sector;Poverty Reduction & Economic Management;primary care;public health;Health Promotion;health infrastructure;social protection policy;accessibility of health services;disparities in health outcomes;equity in resource allocation;share of health expenditure;public expenditure on health;share of health spending;public expenditure management reform;access to health service;donor coordination;extreme poverty;quality of care;primary health care;family medicine;expenditure per capita;local government spending;inequality in health;sector expenditure program;payment of pension;health sector donors;allocation of fund;health sector strategy;medium-term budget framework;Compulsory Health Finance;pay-as-you-go pension system;standard of living;intergovernmental fiscal system;Health Care Delivery;inpatient health services;Development Policy Operation;history of involvement;Civil Service Reform;decentralizing management responsibility;public health service;Public Financial Management;data on poverty;aggregate health expenditure;basic health care;disease surveillance system;skilled health personnel;government health expenditure;world development indicator;Social Protection Benefits;social assistance;health facility;budgetary allocation;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;inpatient care;economic recovery;health reform;budget formulation;government expenditure;informal payment;financial protection;health status;financial barrier;investment requirement;public financing;natural habitat;indigenous people;cultural property;economic liberalization;preventive care;contract commitment;budget execution;infant death;safe motherhood;financing method;laboratory network;age structure;budget planning;hospital capacity;hospital sector;investment financing;fiduciary function;involuntary resettlement;public consultation;fundamental changes;policy priority;pension spending;austerity program;regional inequality;health goal;fiscal restraint;Indigenous Peoples;budget financing;unexpected changes;financial crisis;large debt;political stability;pharmaceutical use;stakeholder consultation;government structure;variable cost;respiratory illness;reform process;Cardiovascular Disease;finance reform;donor community;poor health;donor support;good health;policy formulation;newborn health;public fund;health problem;health specialist;free health;epidemiological profile;payment system;financing system;transparent manner;financial constraint;hospital building;medical supply;reform measure;pension pillar;pension benefit;social insurance;internal migrant;rural area;total poverty;monetary indicator;sector-wide approaches;reform priorities;living standard;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;comparative advantage;inadequate energy;annual budget;effective action;governance reform;mandatory fund;public resource;sustainable operation;fiscal policy;Fiscal policies;infrastructure service;investment climate;governance constraints;increasing transparency;administrative capacity;fiscal reality;benefit structure;government planning;health indicator;

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Kyrgyz Republic - Health and Social Protection SWAp Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/662941468278085354/Kyrgyz-Republic-Health-and-Social-Protection-SWAp-Project