Malawi Private Health Sector Assessment

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This brief is a summary of the Malawi Private Health Sector Assessment, May 2011, conducted by the SHOPS project. This brief presents the assessment methods, findings, and key recommendations.

  1. Promote the sustainability of the Christian Health Association of Malawi
  2. Expand the commercial sector
  3. Build an enabling policy environment for private sector health care. The overall goal of these recommendations is to build a vibrant mixed health care system in Malawi that maximizes the unique capabilities of both the public and private health care sectors

Read the full country assessment report.

 

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
April 2012
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Malawi
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Public-Private Engagement
Keywords
policy
private sector assessment
Current Downloads
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