Health financing in post-conflict settings – a literature review
This literature review was carried out in March-August 2011. The objective was to carry out an analysis of thinking, approaches, themes and findings of recent writing on health financing in post-conflict or fragile health systems. This informed and served as a baseline for the work of REBUILD, a research consortium contributing to health systems research in post-conflict areas, with a particular emphasis on health financing and human resources. It is a companion piece to a similar literature review on human resources in post-conflict settings, and to the country situation analyses, which synthesise existing literature on the four focal countries for REBUILD (Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, northern Uganda and Cambodia).
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This resource was produced by the ReBUILD programme – the precursor of ReBUILD for Resilience.