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Republic of Yemen : Health Sector Strategy Note

ABILITY TO PAY ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE SERVICES ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES ADULT MORTALITY BASIC HEALTH SERVICES BIRTH RATE BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET PROCESS BURDEN OF DISEASE CANCER CAPITA HEALTH EXPENDITURE CAPITA HEALTH SPENDING CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CATALYSTS CERTIFICATION CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHILD HEALTH CIVIL WAR CLINICS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMPLICATIONS COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANCY CONTRACEPTIVES COST OF CARE COST SHARING COST-EFFECTIVENESS COST-SHARING PROGRAM COSTS OF HEALTH CARE DEATH RATE DEATHS DEBT DECISION MAKING DELIVERY OF HEALTH SERVICES DELIVERY SYSTEM DEMOCRACY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ECONOMIC REFORM EPIDEMICS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRANSITION ESSENTIAL DRUGS FAMILIES FAMILY HEALTH FAMILY PLANNING FEE-FOR-SERVICE FEE-FOR-SERVICE BASIS FERTILITY FERTILITY RATE FERTILITY RATES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL POLICIES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCING OF HEALTH CARE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE INFRASTRUCTURE HEALTH CARE NEEDS HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HEALTH CARE SYSTEM HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH CONDITIONS HEALTH DELIVERY HEALTH DELIVERY SYSTEM HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH EXPENDITURE SHARE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH INFORMATION HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HEALTH MANAGEMENT HEALTH MANPOWER HEALTH MESSAGES HEALTH NEEDS HEALTH ORGANIZATION HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PROJECT HEALTH PROJECTS HEALTH REFORM HEALTH RESOURCES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SECTOR REFORM HEALTH SERVICE HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPECIALIST HEALTH STATUS HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HOSPITAL HOSPITAL AUTONOMY HOSPITAL BEDS HOSPITAL SYSTEM HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE HOUSEHOLD INCOME HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ILLITERACY ILLNESS ILLNESSES IMMUNIZATION INCOME INCOME COUNTRIES INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INFANT MORTALITY RATES INJURIES INSTITUTIONALIZATION INSURANCE INSURANCE COVERAGE INSURANCE MARKET INTEGRATION INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION LAWS LIFE EXPECTANCY LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH LIVE BIRTHS LOW INCOME MALARIA MATERNAL MORBIDITY MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO MEDICAL EDUCATION MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MEDICAL PERSONNEL MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICAL SPECIALISTS MEDICAL SUPPLIES MIDWIVES MODERN CONTRACEPTIVES MODERNIZATION MORBIDITY MORTALITY NATIONAL HEALTH NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS NURSE NURSES NURSING NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS PATIENT PATIENTS PHYSICIAN PHYSICIANS POOR HEALTH POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION GROWTH RATE PREGNANCY PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES PRIVATE HEALTH SERVICES PRIVATE PHARMACIES PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR FINANCING PRIVATE SECTORS PRIVATE SERVICES PRIVATE SPENDING PROBABILITY PROVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH CARE PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS PUBLIC HEALTH SPENDING PUBLIC HOSPITALS PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SPENDING QUALITY OF HEALTH REFERRAL SYSTEMS REHABILITATION REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INDICATORS RESPECT RISING DEMAND RISK SHARING RURAL AREAS RURAL HEALTH UNITS RURAL HOSPITALS RURAL POPULATION SAFE DRINKING WATER SANITATION SCARCE RESOURCES SERVICE PROVIDERS SHARE OF HEALTH EXPENDITURE SHORT SUPPLY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL MOBILIZATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TERTIARY LEVEL TUBERCULOSIS TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL UNDER FIVE MORTALITY UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS WORK ENVIRONMENT WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2013-08-08T20:05:29Z | 2013-08-08T20:05:29Z | 2001-02

This report is intended to provide a base for discussions of Yemen's health sector strategy with the Government of Yemen (GOY) and other donors in light of the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) initiative of Health Sector Reform (HSR) as well as the potential areas of World Bank support. The report is divided in nine sections. Section A provides the introduction to the report and the country context. Sections B and C review the key health indicators and trends and the key aspects of the sector in terms of financing, service delivery, human resources, health services, organizational framework, and policy environment. Sections D and E provide international comparisons and an assessment of the sector performance with regard to health outcomes, equity, access, efficiency, quality, and sustainability. Section F is an outline of the MOPH/HSR program. Sections G and H provide an overview of the Bank's current assistance and its response to HSR as well as the different donors' support. Finally, Section I outlines the future areas where the Bank can support the government in its health reform efforts. Yemen faces major challenges to improving the health status of its population, which go beyond the health delivery network. Poverty, low participation in education especially among girls, and high illiteracy are major contributing factors to poor health as are limited access to potable water and proper sanitation.

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