Public financing for health in Africa: from Abuja to the SDGs

by Helene Barroy, Laurent Musango, Justine Hsu
World Health Organization, August 2016

92 pp. 1.3 MB
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This report takes stock of the main public financing for health trends over the past fifteen years in the African region, and highlights opportunities for accelerated progress toward universal health coverage (UHC) based on better-informed budget planning and utilization decisions. The report presents new evidence on the critical role played by domestic public financial management systems on the level, effectiveness and quality of public spending on health in Africa. It argues that these systems should be reconsidered if countries are to move towards UHC.

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