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Tools for Policy Analysis: Costing and Cost-Effective Analysis. Group 3 Selection of the Priority Health Project(s) for Investment. Head of the group: Dr Ali Khadr Rapporteur: Dr Mohammad Ali Khalifa Facilitator: Dr Sameen Siddiqi

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Tools for Policy Analysis:Costing and Cost-Effective Analysis

Group 3

Selection of the Priority Health Project(s) for Investment


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  • Head of the group:

    Dr Ali Khadr

  • Rapporteur:

    Dr Mohammad Ali Khalifa

  • Facilitator:

    Dr Sameen Siddiqi

  • Group members:

  • Dr Bothaina Attal

  • Dr Sanaa Naffa

  • Dr Ishtawi Abu Zayed

  • Dr Riham Asady

  • Dr Kushkhal Khan

  • Dr Ali Khadr

  • Dr Akihiro Seita

  • Dr Besrat Hagos

  • Dr Nasr El Tantawy


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  • Exercise elements:

  • MoF releases $ 10 million to MoH for investment in priority areas

  • Very short notice

  • The unspent money will be lost

  • A list of projects is prepared by MoH

  • Selection by a decision making committee


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Role Play by the group members


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Issues raised and discussed during the selection process:

Two scenarios:

(1) ‘Business as usual’ approach

1- Timeline: very limited (as soon as possible, otherwise the money will be lost, very limited time for planning)

2- Was it a trick by the MoF ?

3- Was there a hidden agenda behind this very short notice?

4- The money will be used by interest and pressure groups to be directed towards pre-defined areas ?


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(2) Revolutionary new approach:

To adopt scientific criteria :

1- Total DALYs averted by the selected project(s)

2- Number of people affected by the selected project(s)

3- Cost effective analysis

4- Ethical issues


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Decision


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  • 1st Choice: Project ‘E’

    Justification:

  • The largest number of beneficiaries

  • The highest total DALYs averted

  • The most effective cost for total DALYs

    averted

  • Possible epidemic which needs prompt intervention (e.g viral hepatitis A) ???


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  • 2nd Choice: Project ‘D’

    Justification:

  • The next most effective cost for total

    DALYs averted

  • It was selected for ethical reasons considering the seriousness of the expected health problem and its catastrophic effect on public health and population if it is not controlled and eliminated within a very short time. This justifies the selection despite the apparently very limited number of beneficiaries.

  • Possibly child leukemia


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  • 3rd Choice: Project ‘A’

    Justification:

  • It ranks the 3rd with regard C/B ratio

  • The 2nd largest number of beneficiaries

  • Possibly elderly pneumonia


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Thank you


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