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Madagascar 2014 Public Expenditure Review : Education and Health

CHILD HEALTH PARASITIC DISEASES HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY VACCINATION PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE FINANCING CIVIL SERVANTS DEATHS INCOME HEALTH EXPENDITURES PREVENTION PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNMENT SPENDING COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCE ALLOCATION PRIMARY CARE PROGRAMS SERVICES OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURES HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH CARE EDUCATION EXPENDITURES HEALTH CARE FACILITIES INCENTIVES HEALTH REALLOCATIONS CAPACITY BUILDING HEALTH WORKERS HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT EXPENDITURES LEVEL OF PUBLIC SPENDING WAGE EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDING HEALTH FACILITIES PUBLIC HEALTH QUALITY OF HEALTH BUDGET DOMESTIC FUNDING HEALTH SECTOR KNOWLEDGE EXERCISES HEALTH STATUS HEALTH OUTCOME COSTS QUALITY OF EDUCATION COST RECOVERY PATIENT HEALTH INDICATORS PUBLIC HEALTH CARE HEALTH CENTERS BUDGET EXECUTION ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY COMPETENCIES EDUCATION SYSTEM HOSPITAL CARE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW BUDGET ENVELOPE BUDGET PLANNING ANALYSIS OF TRENDS CASH TRANSFERS RECURRENT EXPENDITURE MORTALITY PUBLIC INVESTMENT EDUCATION SPENDING GRANT PROGRAM EXPENDITURE EQUITY DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURE EXTERNAL AID WORKERS GOVERNMENT BUDGET NATIONAL STRATEGY OUTCOME INDICATORS PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS MONETARY INCENTIVES PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE CARE BUDGETS WAGE EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FINANCIAL BURDEN EXPENDITURES NUTRITION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CAPITAL SPENDING INSURANCE PUBLIC RESOURCES PREGNANT WOMEN CHILDREN BUDGET REALLOCATIONS INPATIENT CARE HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM TOTAL SPENDING MINISTRY OF FINANCE POVERTY HEALTH EXPENDITURE INTEGRATION ALLOCATION INCIDENCE TOTAL EXPENDITURES POPULATION EXTERNAL FINANCING STRATEGY FAMILIES PUBLIC SPENDING HOSPITALS HEALTH INTERVENTIONS OUTCOMES CIVIL SERVICE HEALTH SERVICE HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM BUDGETING PATIENT CARE TOTAL PUBLIC SPENDING RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Madagascar
2016-04-19T19:56:29Z | 2016-04-19T19:56:29Z | 2015

Madagascar’s education system exhibits severe weaknesses that leave a large number of children without the basic skills required to function in the labor market. Since the start of the political and economic crisis in 2009, progress made on key health indicators has stagnated or is being reversed with Madagascar falling off track to achieve the MDGs. The prevalence of chronic malnutrition among children under five is one of the highest in the world. Maternal mortality ratios also have remained relatively high and stagnant over the last ten years and the country.

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