Health financing policy in fragile & conflict-affected situations
These two papers, produced for the World Health Organization, look at health financing policy in fragile and conflict-affected settings.
The first – Health financing policy and implementation in fragile and conflict-affected settings (opens new window) – is a synthesis of evidence and policy recommendations. It provides tailored guidance for policy makers tasked with developing and implementing health financing policy in fragile and conflict-affected situations, as well as those who advise such policy.
The second paper – Health financing policy in fragile & conflict-affected situations (opens new window) – provides background to the previous report. It summarises the myriad health financing interventions implemented in FCAS, in response to the challenges but also new opportunities, and uses the WHO health financing functional approach as the organizing framework.
- Matthew Jowett, WHO Geneva
- Elina Dale, WHO Geneva
- Andre Griekspoor, WHO Geneva
- Grace Kabaniha, WHO AFRO
- Awad Mataria, WHO EMRO
- Maria Bertone, ReBuild Consortium (opens new window)
- Sophie Witter, ReBuild Consortium (opens new window)
We welcome comments on ReBUILD’s work, including this work. For further information or to make any comments on the report, please contact Sophie Witter (opens new window).
This resource was produced by the ReBUILD programme – the precursor of ReBUILD for Resilience.