Domestic Innovative Financing for Health: Learning From Country Experience

by Sharon Nakhimovsky, John Langenbrunner, James White et al.
The Health Finance and Governance Project (HFG), October 2014

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The report highlights “domestic innovative financing” options; that is, those originating from domestic sources which can generate additional resources for the health sector. The focus of the report is not to prioritize revenue generation, but rather to “assess country experience with domestic innovative financing options, both successes and failures, in order to increase global wisdom on selecting and implementing them in low- and middle-income countries.” It draws on lessons learned from several countries to provide evidence and scenarios for low- and middle-income nations to increase the financing potential of national health systems.

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