Current issues in sector-wide approaches for health development : Uganda case study

BROWN, Adrienne
Publication Date 
2000
37 p

This brief document reports on the broad achievements and constraints faced in the health sector in Uganda. Poverty-reduction funds are being channelled into primary care, and improved management of public funds is helping the situation. However, capacity beyond the Ministry of Health is limited, and decentralization, with unclear policy links in the regions, is a challenge. There is some evidence of success in using funding strategies to reorient services to primary care and prevention

Document No:
WHO/GPE/00.3
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