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The Gambia commits to increase the health budget to 15% of the national budget by the year 2015 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
The Gambia commits to increase the health budget to 15% of the national budget by the year 2015
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  • Submitted by: Gambia
  • Topic: Health and population
  • Keywords: Child health care policy; Public health spending and population; Youth and education
  • Location: Gambia
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child
Deliverables
Deliverable Date
The Gambia will continue to maintain the high immunization coverage for all antigens at 80% and above at regional levels, and 90% and above at national levels, while seeking to increase access of all children, particularly in the most vulnerable communities, to high impact and cost-effective interventions that address the main killers of children under five. 2015
The Gambia commits to increase the health budget to 15% of the national budget by the year 2015; and to implement its existing free maternal and child health care policy, ensuring universal coverage of high quality emergency maternal, neonatal and child health services. Special attention will be accorded to rural and hard-to-reach areas. 2015
Description
Description/achievement of initiative
The Gambia commits to increase the health budget to 15% of the national budget by the year 2015; and to implement its existing free maternal and child health care policy, ensuring universal coverage of high quality emergency maternal, neonatal and child health services. Special attention will be accorded to rural and hard-to-reach areas. Furthermore, The Gambia will continue to maintain the high immunization coverage for all antigens at 80% and above at regional levels, and 90% and above at national levels, while seeking to increase access of all children, particularly in the most vulnerable communities, to high impact and cost-effective interventions that address the main killers of children under five.
Implementation methodologies
Efforts will be intensified to increase the proportion of births attended by skilled professionals to 64.5%, ensure reproductive health commodities security, scale up free Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) services to all reproductive health clinics and ensure universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services, including social protection for women, orphans and vulnerable children.

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