3-day culminating event was conducted in Beirut, Lebanon in the frame of “Building Institutional Capacity for Health Policy and Systems Research and Delivery science (BIRD) in six WHO Regions” program. The meeting aimed to reflect on achievements and learnings and plan for the future of the Mentorship Program.
The project will achieve the aim through two objectives: Investigate the recent reforms in the pharmaceutical sector and their impact on the access to medicines for Georgia citizens.
Promote civic engagement and enhance the role of civic society in advocacy towards sustainable policy solutions in access to affordable medicines.
The study will reveal the systemic weaknesses that have to be addressed by the Government by using, the public finance management (PFM), in Health Toolkit Version 2.7, developed by the Bank in October 2019.
Six country case studies examining how governments have responded (or not) to reductions in donor funding through changes in the service delivery architecture, health financing arrangements, information systems, and governance arrangements, and how these changes have or have not influenced whether effective coverage of priority interventions previously funded by donors is sustained or not.
As part of the World Bank’s support to improving health service delivery in the country and efforts to explore prospects of harnessing domestic resources for health, Curatio International Foundation conducts fiscal space analysis in collaboration with the Government of Georgia to maximize the achievement of the health sector objectives within the overall macroeconomic and fiscal realities of the country
Project duration 10-month long project (sep2021-june2022) Introduction & Overview The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged governments worldwide to respond urgently to control the spread of this dangerous disease but also to mitigate its impact on health, survival, and other dimensions of…