BETHESDA, Md., June 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- To build on the Government of Senegal's
HSS+ will continue to support the Government of Senegal's efforts to improve primary health care. The project has four objectives: improve health systems governance and finance; increase community involvement in health systems management; improve information and data use for decision-making; and maintain health care gains.
"We are expanding on the strategies we've employed to develop and implement more than 10 major health reforms and help cover more than 566,000 beneficiaries with community-based health insurance," said Dr. Diana R. Silimperi, International Health Division Vice President. "It is a wonderful opportunity to build on this legacy of helping to improve the health of the Senegalese people."
The consortium for HSS+ emphasizes local organizations and geographic and community reach. Local partners include the Senegalese Association Conseil pour l'Action (ACA), which will help strengthen the government's management capacity and systems; African Resources Group (ARG), which brings experience in health policy and management and USAID assistance; and Groupe ISSA, which will provide the Ministry of Health with critical technical assistance on planning, budgeting, and policy development.
Two international organizations, Plan International and World Vision, will conduct community health governance activities through a complementary presence in nearly all Senegal regions. Results for Development Institute (R4D) brings their global leadership on Universal Health Care.
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