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A Review of Health Sector Aid Financing to Somalia

ABUSE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES AID AIDS RELIEF ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ANTENATAL CARE BIRTHS BLUEPRINT BREASTFEEDING BURDEN OF DISEASE CAPACITY BUILDING CIVIL WAR CLINICS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS DEATH RATE DEATHS DEBT DEBT FORGIVENESS DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT OF POLICIES DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES DIPHTHERIA DISASTERS DISCRIMINATION DISEASE CONTROL DISSEMINATION DYING EMERGENCIES EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE EMERGENCY PLAN EPIDEMICS ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES EXPENDITURES FAMILIES FEMALE FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION FERTILITY FERTILITY RATE FGM FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL NEEDS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOOD SECURITY FOOD SUPPLIES FORECASTS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT GENDER GENITAL MUTILATION GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS NATIONAL INCOME HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE INFRASTRUCTURE HEALTH CARE SECTOR HEALTH CONSEQUENCES HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH INFORMATION HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HEALTH MANAGEMENT HEALTH NEEDS HEALTH ORGANIZATION HEALTH POLICY HEALTH PROBLEMS HEALTH RISKS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPECIALIST HEALTH SPENDING HEALTH STATUS HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEM STRENGTHENING HEALTH SYSTEMS HIV HOSPITALS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMS ILLITERACY IMMIGRANTS IMMUNIZATION IMMUNODEFICIENCY INCOME INCOME COUNTRIES INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INJURIES INSURANCE INTERMEDIARIES INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INTERVENTION LACK OF CAPACITY LARGE POPULATIONS LEGAL STATUS LIVE BIRTHS LOCAL ECONOMY LOW INCOME MALARIA MALNOURISHED CHILDREN MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH MASS MOVEMENT MATERNAL DEATHS MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES MEASLES MEDICAL CARE MEDICAL ECONOMICS MEDICAL TREATMENT MENTAL HEALTH MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MINISTRIES OF HEALTH MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORBIDITY MORTALITY MORTALITY RATES MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE NATURAL DISASTERS NEEDS ASSESSMENT NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS OBSTRUCTED LABOR OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE ORPHANS PEACE PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES POLICY DECISIONS POLICY MAKING PROCESS POLIO POLIOMYELITIS POLITICAL POWER POPULATION ACTIVITIES POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POPULATION ESTIMATES PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SPENDING PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH CARE PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE PUBLIC SPENDING QUALITY OF SERVICES RECIPIENT COUNTRIES REFUGEES REHABILITATION RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POPULATION RELIGIOUS LEADERS REMITTANCES REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INDICATORS RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS SANITATION SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL MOBILIZATION SOCIAL SECTORS SPECIALISTS SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TETANUS TRAUMA TUBERCULOSIS UNDER-FIVE MORTALITY UNFPA UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR WOMEN UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES VACCINE COVERAGE VACCINES VIOLENCE VULNERABLE GROUPS WAR WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUTH
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | Somalia
2012-05-25T13:51:58Z | 2012-05-25T13:51:58Z | 2008

Somalia is considered the most fragile of the fragile states: more than fifteen years of war and cyclical natural catastrophes have placed an immense burden on millions of Somalis. Displacement, famine, droughts, disease outbreaks, and illiteracy have become the norm. The international community has tried to respond to Somalia's tragedy and over the years has allocated substantial amounts of funds to a variety of sectors to help address this chronic emergency. This paper focuses on aid financing to the health sector over the period 2000 to 2006. It thoroughly reviews the flows of funds in the complex aid architecture of the Somalia health sector. The study on the 2000-06 aid flows to the health sector in Somalia is a first attempt to fill a large gap of knowledge in this area. The primary objectives of the study were to assess how levels of donor financing varied over the years; which health interventions were prioritized by donors; and how evenly health sector aid was distributed to the different zones of Somalia. The overall aim of the study was to create evidence for donors, implementers and health specialists involved in allocation of financial resources to the Somali health sector.

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