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Rapport analytique sante et pauvrete : Senegal (French)

Now that the relations between poverty and health are well documented, it was important to present the current situation in Senegal before the publication of the second poverty reduction strategy paper in 2006. Using the available data, this report gathers and analyzes all the information to assess the health system performance and equity. More generally, this report underlines the efforts the country has to make in order to get back on the track for the Millennium Development Goals, especially for child and maternal care. This paper includes the following chapters: the health situation, health supply and the demand for care, organization and performance of the health system, and an analysis of health financing.


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    Loock,Perrine, Néné, Marc, Tkint De Roodenbeke,Eric Andre

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    Rapport analytique sante et pauvrete : Senegal

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    absolute poverty, average income, basic social services, country performance, CREDIT PROGRAM, development goals, Development Report, drought, economic development, economic growth, external shocks, fuel economy, health sector, health services, human capital, income levels, investment climate, labor market, labor productivity, level of poverty, living conditions, local communities, local Governments, low income, macroeconomic performance, Millennium Development Goals, national development, national government, natural resource, natural resource management, natural resources, orphans, political stability, poor, poor households, poverty alleviation, poverty impact, poverty level, poverty levels, poverty rates, POVERTY REDUCTION, pregnant women, private sector, progress, public expenditures, public investment, public services, public spending, rural areas, rural economy, significant effect, skilled labor, Social Impacts, social services, vulnerability, vulnerable groups, work force, young children



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Loock,Perrine Néné, Marc Tkint De Roodenbeke,Eric Andre

Rapport analytique sante et pauvrete : Senegal (French). Africa Region Human Development Working Paper Series ; no. 55 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.