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Health Sector Reforms and Financial sustainability in Immunisation in GhanaByProf A.B.AkosaDirector-GeneralGhana Health Service


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Background

Reforms in Ghana have a 20 year cycle:

  • 1957- Basic Health Services

    • Emphasis on infrastructure & HR development

  • 1977- PHC era

    • Emphasis on expansion of services eg UCI

  • 1997- Health Sector Reforms based on SWAps

    • Emphasis on systems strengthening


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Analytic Framework

Health Status

Availability & Utilisation

of health interventions

Availability and Utilisation

of health related interventions

Package of Health Interventions

Access

Quality

Efficiency

Collaboration

Resources


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Cross cutting issues

  • Poor access to services due to:

    • Social, economic and geographical barriers

  • Poor quality of care due to:

    • Poor staff attitude and competencies

  • Inefficiencies and wastage due to:

    • Poor logistic, financial, planning and evaluation

  • Poor collaboration due to:

    • Inadequate engagement of communities, private sector

  • Inadequate financing and equity due to:

    • Absence of appropriate financial strategy


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Strategic Objectives

  • To improve the quality of health care

  • To improve access to health care

  • To foster partnerships in improving health

  • To improve equity infinancing and ensure financial sustainability in the provision of health services

  • To improve efficiency in the sector


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Ghana EPI Coverage 1986 - 2002


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PENTA 3 PERFORMANCE BY DISTRICTS

Districts above 80 %

Districts B/n 50 & 80 %

Districts Below 50 %


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Contributing factors

  • Continual political commitment

  • Increasing of govt allocation to health

  • SWAps approach to donor relations

  • Decentralized Budget Management Centers

  • Shift of funds from center to districts (19% - 42%)

  • Donor pooled, flexible, untied funds

  • Increased outreach sites

  • Increasing participation of the private sector


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Health Financing Trend


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Constraints and challenges

  • Funding targets not met, threatening financial sustainability

    • Common basket not full

  • Human resource causing major strain

    • Brain drain likely to erode gains

  • Logistics and supplies still a problem especially transport.


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Way forward

  • Learn from the FSP of immunization to draw sector-wide FSP by

    • Costing services

    • Greater linkage to GPRS

    • Take advantage of HIPC funds

    • Explore insurance reforms as a strategy

    • Obtain more external commitments on longer term basis

  • Deal with brain drain by emphasis on middle level staff

  • Invest in logistics


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Conclusion

  • Ghana has made positive strides in immunization through its reforms.

  • SWAp 1 is ended and SWAp 2 started in 2002

  • Pentavalent vaccine successfully introduced

  • The current cost of new vaccine is a major challenge

  • Benefit from it is however great

  • More donor commitment will however be needed


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Phasing out of GAVI / VF contribution for pentavalent vaccines : the case of Ghana


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THANK YOU


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