Resource Type: Multi-Country Study Authors: Jenna Wright, Adam Koon, Kelley Ambrose, and Lauren Hartel Published: September 2018 Resource Description: The global response to combat the AIDS epidemic scaled up considerably in the early 2000s with the establishment of key institutions, notably the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) and the United States President’s […]
Resource Type: Report Author: Benjamin Johns and Kouland Thin Published: November 2017 Resource Description: This report summarizes the cost of providing HIV/AIDS and TB services at health facilities in Cambodia. It presents a detailed and comprehensive approach to assessing the costs of these services, although it has some limitations, which are discussed in detail in the main report. […]
Resource Type: Report Author: Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project Published: February 2018 Resource Description: This landscape analysis was commissioned by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to clarify the range of incentive mechanisms used, and identify ways to improve the program’s effectiveness, sustainability, and alignment with other community health worker (CHW) programs in Cambodia. […]
Effective communications and stakeholder engagement are critical to universal health coverage (UHC) reform efforts – a challenge that has been repeatedly cited by the policymakers and practitioners from JLN’s (Joint Learning Network) member countries. Even when strong technical designs for policy initiatives exist, consistent and systematic inclusive communications and feedback loops are needed to share […]
In early October, 2016 the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project supported the delivery of the 2016 Asia Regional Flagship Course on Health Systems Strengthening and Sustainable Financing: The Challenge of Universal Health Coverage in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Health Systems Strengthening (ANHSS), USAID, and the World Bank, the course […]
Despite substantial funding for tuberculosis (TB) prevention and treatment over the last 10 years, both by donors and governments, the worldwide incidence of TB remains troubling. Across lower- and middle-income countries, access to TB services is limited, and the quality of TB services is often substandard.