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Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014
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  • Topic: Health and population
  • Location: Comoros
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • Keywords: Public finance; Health budget and policy; Youth and women; Gender equality
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child

Description/achievement of initiative

Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014; ensure universal coverage for PMTCT by 2015; reduce underweight children from 25% to 10%; increase contraception prevalence rate from 13% to 20%; and the births that take place in health facilities from 75% to 85%. Comoros will also accelerate the implementation existing national policies including the national plan for reproductive health commodity security, the strategic plan for human resources for health, and the roadmap for accelerating reduction of maternal and neonatal mortality.

Implementation methodologies

By increasing health sector spending and ensure the universal coverage for PMTCT. Comoros will also accelerate the implementation of existing national policies and strategic plan for human resources for health. For further details please refer to the deliverables.
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Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014. 2014
Comoros commits to ensure universal coverage for PMTCT by 2015; reduce underweight children from 25% to 10%; increase contraception prevalence rate from 13% to 20%; and the births that take place in health facilities from 75% to 85%. 2015

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