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Final Report on Capacity Building in Monitoring and Evaluation for the Namibian Social Security Commission’s Development Fund

Resource Type: Publication Authors:  Christine Potts Published: September 2013 Resource Description: Much progress was made in strengthening the monitoring and evaluation capacity of the Development Fund during the three months of intensive technical assistance. There remain, however, a number of areas that will continue to warrant attention: There is a need for additional Development Fund staff […]

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Advances in Health Finance & Governance: Knowledge and Learning Briefs

  The Advances in Health Finance & Governance Knowledge & Learning Brief Series is designed to highlight learning and lessons from the HFG project in nine core areas: domestic resource mobilization, strategic health purchasing, health financing strategies, expanding coverage through health insurance, financial data for decision making, governance, institutional capacity building, workforce and efficiency, and building […]

Lessons Learned in Institutional Capacity Building

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Finance and Governance Project Published: August 2018 Resource Description: The objective of this document is to present lessons learned based on HFG’s ICB experience, and to provide practical guidance that will inform future work in health systems strengthening. Ultimately, improved health system governance and management lead to improvements in the quality of essential […]

Outsourcing Non-clinical Services in Public Hospitals: Achievements and Lessons from Ethiopia

Resource Type: Technical Brief Authors: Ethiopia Health Sector Financing Reform/Health Finance and Governance Project Published: June 2018 Resource Description: This brief highlights major achievements, challenges, and lessons learned in implementing outsourcing. The analysis contained is based primarily on qualitative information collected through supportive supervision visits, performance review meetings, and a review of Health Care Finance Reform/Health Finance […]

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Building Institutional Capacity for Stronger Health Systems

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Sara Bennett and Fred Rosensweig Published: April 2018 Resource Description: Without strong national institutions, health systems strengthening is likely to fail. While institutional capacity development is integral to strengthening health systems and transitioning to self-reliance, it can be difficult to deliver effectively. The experience of the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project […]

Building the Organizational Capacity of Civil Society Networks in Two States of India: A Process Summary

Resource Type: Publication Authors: Health Finance & Governance Project Published: January 2018 Resource Description: The USAID-supported Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project recently completed a successful intervention to strengthen the organizational capacity of a major CSO network in India. The project offered 26 CSO network partners from the states of Jharkhand and Rajasthan sustained technical […]

Strengthening of Guinea Health sector Post-Ebola: A Revised Document to Guide Health Research Priorities

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Federal Ministry of Health of Guinea Published: August 2017 Resource Description: In the post-Ebola era, nations must be able to conduct research rapidly to inform critical policy initiatives. Guinea, one of the countries hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic, took a major step in that direction with the validation of the revised National […]

Government of Indonesia Participates in multiple learning exchanges during the UHC Forum in Washington, DC in April 2017

JLN Decentralization Event in Washington, DC April 2017: A half-day learning exchange was hosted by the JLN Health Financing Revisited Initiative (facilitated by the World Bank) and the Provider Payment Mechanisms Initiative (facilitated by R4D) on April 19, 2017 in Washington, D.C. as a side event of the Annual UHC Financing Forum.  As Indonesia continues […]

Health Accounts Peer-Learning Workshop: Summary of Key Themes and Discussions

In November 2016, over 60 government technicians, policy-makers and technical advisors from 47 countries across the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe participated in the first global Health Accounts Peer-Learning Workshop. During this workshop, participants shared their experiences and ideas on how to improve Health Accounts production and increase the uptake of Health Accounts results for […]

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