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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 […]

Emerging Lessons from the Development of National Health Financing Strategies in Eight Developing Countries

Resource Type: Journal Article Authors:  Jonathan Cali, Marty Makinen,  Yann Derriennic Published: February 9,  2018 Resource Description: As countries advance economically, they are increasingly under pressure to mobilize and properly manage domestic resources to provide affordable health care for their citizens. The World Health Organization and international donors have encouraged countries to develop a health financing strategy (HFS) […]

Webcast | Advances in Health Finance & Governance Series: Health Financing Strategies

On Tuesday, March 27th, the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project hosted a roundtable a roundtable on Health Financing Strategies at the Washington Learning Center in Arlington, Virginia. This event will focus on Health Financing Strategies, and the launch of the Developing & Implementing Health Financing Strategies learning brief. Speakers: Aye Aye Thwin, Special Advisor, Office of […]

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Developing & Implementing Health Financing Strategies

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Marty Makinen, Jonathan Cali and Yann Derriennic Published: March 2018 Resource Description: Low- and middle-income countries are developing health financing strategies to map out how they will pay for universal health coverage. This brief discusses three activities that are valuable for producing sound strategies: convening multi-sectoral committees to oversee the strategy […]

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