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Burkina Faso - Health Services Development Project (Inglês)

The major objectives of the Health Services Development Project are to: (a) Strengthen basic health and family planning services, with initial emphasis on the control of communicable diseases and the treatment of malaria; (b) Further formulate national health and population policies and promote their application; and (c) Strengthen the institutional capability of the Ministry of Public Health in planning, evaluation and project implementation and monitoring.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1985/05/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P4086

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Burkina Fasso,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Burkina Faso - Health Services Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Maternal Child Health and Family Planning;maternal and child health;life expectancy at birth;demand for health services;rate of population growth;health and population program;primary health care services;Agricultural Research and Extension;access to primary education;international competitive bidding procedure;primary health care system;cost recovery measure;Rural Health Care;health and nutrition;rural health services;public enterprise sector;rapid population growth;rural population;rural area;adequate profit margins;public health service;public finance situation;center for health;public information campaign;fee for service;public health facility;health delivery system;availability of drug;annual inflation rate;primary school enrollment;debt service obligation;nurses and midwives;poor health status;source of financing;national health policies;government economic policies;family planning activities;gnp per capita;doses of vaccine;primarily due;partial cost recovery;inflow of remittance;debt service payment;production of cotton;demand for bank;scarcity of road;agriculture and livestock;land tenure arrangements;tax on land;agricultural resource base;increases in revenues;source of revenue;human resource development;village health worker;children under age;local cost financing;management of forest;procurement and distribution;livestock production system;supply and sanitation;primary health service;condition of effectiveness;Project Preparation Advance;education and health;Accounts and Audit;funds for implementation;risk of conflict;cutting of forest;procurement and disbursement;family planning attitudes;Essential Drugs;civil works;project costing;referral centers;local costs;financial policies;drug supply;rural community;financial resource;budget deficit;budgetary resource;budgetary implication;foreign assistance;national population;national hospital;donor coordination;demographic analysis;mineral deposit;provincial capitals;national drug;investment planning;vaccination campaign;Population Policy;epidemiological surveillance;sleeping sickness;yellow fever;external assistance;improved health;health benefit;geographical dispersion;preventive measure;malaria program;construction material;credit effectiveness;medical equipment;donor community;investment program;long-term strategy;drug procurement;subproject proposal;procurement arrangement;external aid;preinvestment study;sound investment;budgetary policy;retail drug;investment resource;surgical care;prescription practices;demonstration effect;field testing;investment proposal;absorptive capacity;drought conditions;small Works;health dispensaries;distribution business;Economic Policy;economic slowdown;credit withdrawal;adequate arrangement;political climate;bulk procurement;aid agency;personnel change;subsequent years;debt-service payment;internal debt;concessional loan;grace period;national policy;affordable cost;commercial basis;geographic dispersion;vaccination coverage;price distortion;medical benefit;modern sector;rental payment;Drug use;fiscal measure;public expenditure;grain storage;Birth Spacing;catalytic effect;education facility;small dam;retail sale;international procurement;debt burden;Population Planning;budgetary expenditure;medical fees;state enterprises;adequate supply;provincial hospital;local bank;annual increment;payment scheme;traditional sector;medical center;cereal harvest;management performance;emergency cases;average precipitation;construction period;political instability;severe recession;budgetary deficit;financial trouble;foreign creditor;annual investment;investment level;cotton marketing;financial accounting;financial situation;complementary measure;liquidity problem;internal management;import consumption;defense spending;public transfer;student stipend;tax base;budgetary revenue;personnel expenditure;dual system;epidemic disease;population center;preschool child;nutritional status;agricultural output;inadequate maintenance;auxiliary nurse

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