Botswana Private Health Sector Assessment

The USAID Mission in Botswana commissioned a private health sector assessment, which was approved by the Ministry of Health, and was intended to provide evidence and guidance to key stakeholders on how to best leverage private health sector resources for both service delivery and financing, in light of decreasing donor funding in Botswana. It includes recommendations for sustaining PEPFAR investments in priority HIV services, including male circumcision and HIV counseling and testing.

Author

Sean, Callahan, Tanvi Pandit-Rajani, Ilana Ron Levey, and Thierry van Bastelaer

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
April 2014
Resource Types
Report
Country
Botswana
Technical Area
Health Financing
Health Area
HIV
Current Downloads
67

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