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The Health Sector in Eritrea

HEALTH NUTRITION POPULATION HEALTH POLICY PHARMACEUTICALS HEALTH SECTOR REFORM PARTNERSHIPS IN HEALTH COMMUNICABLE DISEASES ECONOMIC GROWTH PUBLIC DEBT DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS HEALTH ISSUES DEVELOPMENT GOALS HEALTH SYSTEM BUDGET MANAGEMENT DECENTRALIZATION HOUSEHOLDS AGED AGRICULTURE ANTENATAL CARE BASIC SERVICES BEDS BREASTFEEDING BURDEN OF DISEASE CIRCUMCISION CLINICS COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY HEALTH COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES CONTRACEPTIVES COST EFFECTIVENESS CROP PRODUCTION DEATHS DECENTRALIZATION DEVELOPMENT GOALS DIETS DISEASES DOCTORS ECONOMIC GROWTH ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURES EXTERNAL DEBT FINANCES GENDER GIRLS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION HEALTH CARE HEALTH CONDITIONS HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH STATUS HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEM PERFORMANCE HOMES HOSPITAL HYGIENE HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLDS HYGIENE IMMUNIZATION INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES INTEGRATION LAND REFORM LIFE EXPECTANCY LIVING CONDITIONS MALARIA MALNUTRITION MEASLES MEDICAL CARE MEDICAL PERSONNEL MEDICAL SPECIALISTS MEDICAL SUPPLIES MORBIDITY MORTALITY MOTHERS MOTIVATION NGOS NURSES NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS OCCUPANCY PARAMEDICS PASTORALISTS PHYSICIANS POLIO POPULATION GROUPS POPULATION GROWTH RATES PREGNANT WOMEN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTORS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HOSPITALS PUBLIC SECTOR QUALITY CONTROL REHABILITATION RISK FACTORS RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATION SAFE WATER SCHOOLS SHELTER SUPERVISION SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABLE HEALTH CARE TRANSPORT UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS WASTE YOUTH
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Washington, DC
Africa | Eritrea
2013-08-08T18:06:30Z | 2013-08-08T18:06:30Z | 2004-06

This study serves as the preliminary basis for further rounds of discussions and analyses among stakeholders to arrive at a strategic vision for the Eritrea health sector. It incorporates comments received from the Ministry of Health's central agencies, Zoba (regional) health teams, external partners working in Eritrea, and the World Bank Eritrea Country Team. In March 2001, the Ministry of Health of the Government of Eritrea launched a process to prepare a long-term health sector policy and strategic plan (HSPSP), with a focus on assuring equitable, quality, and sustainable health care. The Ministry outlined an open, participatory, three-step process for developing the HSPSP, with active participation from all partners in the health sector.

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