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Health Public Expenditure Review : Zimbabwe

PHARMACY INFANT MORTALITY RATES HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM CHILD HEALTH EMPLOYMENT HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS RISKS HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PEOPLE VACCINATION FINANCING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PHARMACISTS ANTENATAL CARE DEATHS INCOME UNDER-FIVE MORTALITY QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE PREVENTION HEALTH EXPENDITURES DOCTORS MORBIDITY HEALTH EDUCATION COMMUNITY HEALTH PRIMARY CARE MALARIA CONTROL HEALTH INSURANCE MEDICAL RECORDS HEALTH CARE CERVICAL CANCER INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES HEALTH CARE FACILITIES INCENTIVES HEALTH RURAL HEALTH CARE SMOKERS HYPERTENSION ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH HEALTH SERVICE UTILIZATION HEALTH FACILITIES PUBLIC HEALTH LIFE EXPECTANCY QUALITY OF HEALTH HOSPITALIZATION KNOWLEDGE HEALTH SECTOR FINANCE MANAGEMENT DIABETES DIETS EXERCISES FORMAL CARE HEALTH STATUS COSTS IMMUNIZATION INFECTIOUS DISEASES PATIENTS PATIENT SMOKING INTERVENTION TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS HEALTH COSTS PROBABILITY HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH CENTERS EXTERNALITIES NURSES MIGRATION HEALTH CARE SERVICES HEALTH MANAGEMENT ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY MEDICAL CARE HEALTH WORKFORCE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH ORGANIZATION HOSPITAL SERVICES SCREENING PUBLIC HEALTH SPENDING OUTPATIENT SERVICES HIV/AIDS INTERVIEW MENTAL HEALTH MORTALITY HEALTH PROMOTION PALLIATIVE CARE MEDICAL TREATMENT HEALTH INFORMATION EQUITY INFANT MORTALITY HEALTH SERVICE PROVISION HEALTH SPECIALIST WORKERS PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURES AGED CONTRACEPTIVES SOCIAL SERVICES HEALTH CARE PROVISION PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS SURVEILLANCE POSTNATAL CARE LIFESTYLE CARE HEALTH POLICY MEDICAL SERVICES BUDGETS DEMAND HEALTH OUTCOMES MALARIA INCIDENCE FAMILY PLANNING MEDICAL SUPPLIES MEDICAL EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURES VILLAGE HEALTH WORKERS HEALTH CLINICS MEASUREMENT CHILD NUTRITION NUTRITION INJURIES BEDS ADOLESCENTS PRIMARY HEALTH CARE BURDEN OF DISEASE RISK FACTORS INSURANCE HEALTH SYSTEM OUTPATIENT CARE WEIGHT COMMUNICABLE DISEASES PREGNANT WOMEN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY CHILDREN CLINICS EVALUATION INPATIENT CARE HUMAN RESOURCES HEALTH PROVIDERS POVERTY ISOLATION HEALTH-SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING INTEGRATION BIRTH ATTENDANTS HEALTH EXPENDITURE ILLNESS INCIDENCE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INFANTS SUSTAINABLE HEALTH CARE REHABILITATION POPULATION HOSPITAL BEDS STRATEGY FEES FAMILIES CHILD HEALTH SERVICES MEDICINES HEALTH CARE SPENDING HEALTH FINANCING HOSPITALS CIRCUMCISION HEALTH INTERVENTIONS MEDICAL FACILITIES HEALTH SERVICE INFANT MORTALITY RATE INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PREGNANCY ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Zimbabwe
2015-07-20T20:54:19Z | 2015-07-20T20:54:19Z | 2015-05

This Public Expenditure Review (PER) for health in Zimbabwe is an analytical report developed by the World Bank Health, Nutrition and Population Task Team working with the World Bank’s Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management Global Practice team, Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) and Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC), with input from development partners. The aims of the PER are to provide objective evidence to inform the allocation of resources to enable equitable, efficient, and sustainable health care provision and to highlight questions about health sector performance for policy makers and key stakeholders. The findings also aim to present Zimbabwe’s health sector spending in an international and regional perspective, highlighting key issues for improving health outcomes. The PER is based on analysis of primary and secondary data as well as an extensive review of existing literature. The research was complemented by interviews with key stakeholders, and data collection from major development partners and domestic health funders, including private companies. Micro-level data from household and health facility surveys in May–August 2014 (primarily for the impact evaluation of the Results-Based Financing (RBF) program supported by the World Bank) complemented these scarce data.

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