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China - Rural Health Project : Indigenous peoples plan : Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework (IPPF) (English)

The objective of the Rural Health Project is to increased and more equitable access to quality health services, improved financial protection, and better management of public health threats in pilot provinces and counties, with lessons to support reforms in non-project areas. There are two components to the project. The first component is the health reform innovations supported via Block grants. As part of this component, counties will pilot innovations in three reform areas. Improving rural health financing will pilot ways to strengthen and make more effective on-going government programs to provide financial protection for rural households against the escalating costs of health care. Improving quality, efficiency and cost control in service delivery will support innovations that can: (i) lead to effective control of health care costs; (ii) improve the technical quality of care; (iii) increase internal efficiency in service delivery; and (iv) result in an increased focus on prevention and health promotion. Strengthening the financing and organization of core public health functions, through piloting different approaches to the strengthening of public health system financing and organization, this component aims to improve the quality, efficiency and equity of core public health services as well as preparedness for new public health challenges in rural China. The second component is the project coordination, policy development and lesson learning. This component will aim to guide project implementation and identify replicable models for rural health reform.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework (IPPF)

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China - Rural Health Project : Indigenous peoples plan : Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework (IPPF) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.