• 9-July-2013

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    Development Effectiveness - Review of the World Health Organization 2007-2010

    The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the development effectiveness of WHO programs for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.

  • 30-June-2013

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    Delivering the Millennium Development Goals To Reduce Maternal and Child Mortality

    Improved outcomes for women and children as more education, lower fertility rates, higher nutritional status, and lower incidence of illness, among other outcomes, have broad benefits. After more than a decade of effort, these goals have proved difficult to attain and are unlikely to be achieved by 2015.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Local Perceptions, Participation and Accountability in Malawi’s Health Sector

    Seeking to achieve a participatory approach to development has been the focus of much donor attention, as well as an expressed objective for the governments of many developing countries. The overall objective of which is to develop and pilot test a methodological framework that can be used by international development agencies to improve understanding of the importance of local ownership and participation for aid effectiveness.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Evaluation of Community Responses to HIV and AIDS

    Recognizing the need for a better understanding of the impact of community responses, the World Bank and DfID launched this evaluation in 2009, using a variety of methodologies, instruments, and country settings, the portfolio of 15 studies has produced rich and illuminating results helpful to policymakers, researchers, civil society, and evaluators. This document analyzes and synthesizes the findings.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Evaluation of Samoa Health Sector Management Programme (Health SWAp)

    The purpose of the Review of the Health SWAp is to assess the effectiveness of the program in supporting the implementation of the Health Sector Plan 2008-2018; the extent to which it has delivered value for money; whether the program design was appropriate to the political, policy and fiscal context; and whether it has laid a foundation for future donor engagement.

  • 18-December-2012

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    Going Beyond Adverse Selection: Take-up of a Health Insurance Program in Rural Cambodia

    This paper presents evidence collected during the expansion of the SKY Health Microinsurance program in rural Cambodia. Health insurance is a newer product in developing countries, and this type of evidence has rarely been explored.

  • 26-October-2012

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    Final Evaluation of the Three Diseases Fund - Myanmar

    The US$136 million, multi-donor, Three Diseases Fund (3DF) (2006-2011) was established to reduce the burden of communicable disease mortality and morbidity for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and malaria in Myanmar. The final evaluation of the 3DF aimed to document lessons learnt to inform future health funding and the evaluation of the Three Millennium Development Goal (3MDG) Fund.

  • 16-October-2012

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    Adverse selection based on observable and unobservable factors in health insurance in rural Cambodia

    Results of empirical studies of the importance of adverse selection remain mixed. In addition, in many empirical studies the effects of adverse selection are difficult to disentangle from the effects of moral hazard.

  • 1-October-2012

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    Evaluation report for the Bougainville Healthy Community Project - Bridges to post-conflict communities

    The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has provided funding to the Leprosy Mission of New Zealand to support health initiatives at community level in Bougainville, an autonomous province of Papua New Guinea. Funding has been provided since 2005, with a new model commencing in 2009. This independent evaluation assessed the overall performance of the Bougainville Healthy Communities Programme since 2009.

  • 30-September-2012

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    Evaluation of the Department for International Development (DFID) Support to Healthcare Workers Salaries in Sierra Leone

    The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) Free Healthcare Initiative(FHCI) was launched to increase access to key healthcare services by removing user fees for priority groups specifically, pregnant women, lactating mothers, and children under five.. DFID SL has budgeted £10.3m to support higher salaries for healthcare workers over a five year period.

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