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Kenya - Health Sector Reform Support (SWAP) Project (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2010/02/15

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de informações do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    53444

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Quênia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Kenya - Health Sector Reform Support (SWAP) Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Orphans and Vulnerable Children;Demographic and Health Survey;health facility;private for-profit;terms of poverty reduction;public expenditure on health;health expenditure per capita;access to health service;management of health services;delivery of health services;effectiveness of service delivery;primary school age child;Human Resources for Health;rational use of pharmaceuticals;access to quality care;infant and child health;children fully immunized;health financing reform;release of fund;public health system;infant mortality rate;procurement and distribution;financial management requirement;supply chain management;improvements in health;Health System Strengthening;misappropriation of fund;health care service;quality health care;hiv prevalence rate;public health programs;share of resource;management of procurement;public sector reform;health sector development;financial management arrangement;fund for health;prevalence of underweight;child mortality rate;Health Care Waste;environmental safeguard policy;Rule of Law;free primary education;wastage of drugs;innovative health financing;number of beneficiaries;essential health services;Civil Service Employment;choice of indicators;primarily due;areas of health;improved service delivery;Poverty &Inequality;reduce health inequities;global financial crisis;emergency obstetric care;equity of access;public health activity;accessing health care;international financial crisis;investment for health;Governance and Accountability;health service provision;human resource management;Health Service Delivery;contraceptive prevalence rate;public health facility;health strategic plan;maternal health service;control of corruption;Public Financial Management;maternal mortality ratio;Financial Management System;budget for health;living in poverty;gdp growth rate;accounting and reporting;allocation of resource;materials handling equipment;disruption of service;source of funding;lack of incentive;total fertility rate;births per woman;proportion of woman;private sector representative;efficiency and quality;health financing policies;annual operational plan;management of staff;development partner;medical supply;health indicator;health commodity;referral hospitals;public-private partnership;government health;external support;health outcome;live birth;essential commodities;outpatient visits;comparative advantage;sector budget;institutional problem;donor coordination;rural area;community participation;health centre;primary care;procurement reform;regional equity;positive impact;health finance;social health;medical service;performance contract;essential services;transparent implementation;skilled attendant;eligible child;skilled attendance;Safeguard Policies;district hospital;drawing right;infant death;regional disparity;performance management;basic package;core system;external monitoring;population group;government effort;referral service;international knowledge;community management;severe cases;total wage;identification method;political settlement;governance mechanism;national structure;procurement activities;fiduciary safeguard;project processing;performance incentive;public dissemination;health institution;project indicator;Population Growth;field testing;government investment;commodity pool;Social Protection;performance criteria;institutional review;Population Services;organizational structure;poverty alleviation;poverty incidence;annual contribution;financing source;principal stakeholders;net enrollment;legal framework;transport route;civil society;retrieval system;contract management;widespread corruption;financial flow;stock policy;essential medicines;safety stock;gender parity;school leaver;pilot testing;food price;Essential Drugs;medical goods;political tension;rural health;local partner;external funding;funding gap;risky behavior;Health ministries;medical waste;bank activity;state agency;procurement system;institutional strengthening;international standard;laboratory activity;european commission

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