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Sao Tome and Principe commits to increase the percentage of the general budget for health from 10% to 15% in 2012 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Sao Tome and Principe commits to increase the percentage of the general budget for health from 10% to 15% in 2012
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  • Topic: Health and population
  • Location: Sao Tome and Principe
  • Date of completion: 2012
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  • Keywords: Health Budget; Youth and Women; Education and Training; Women's empowerment
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Description/achievement of initiative

Sao Tome and Principe commits to increase the percentage of the general budget for health from 10% to 15% in 2012; increase the ratio of births attended by a qualified health personnel from 87.5% to 95%; reduce the percentage of inadequate family planning service delivery from 37% to 15%; increase the geographic coverage of PMTCT services from 23% to 95%; increase the percentage of pregnant women receiving ARVs from prenatal centres from 29% to 95%; and increase the prevalence of contraception from 33.7% to 50%.

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By increasing the percentage of the general budget for health, increasing qualified health personnel, increasing the geographic coverage of PMTCT services.
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Sao Tome and Principe commits to increase the percentage of the general budget for health from 10% to 15% in 2012; increase the ratio of births attended by a qualified health personnel from 87.5% to 95%; reduce the percentage of inadequate family planning service delivery from 37% to 15%; increase the geographic coverage of PMTCT services from 23% to 95%; increase the percentage of pregnant women receiving ARVs from prenatal centres from 29% to 95%; and increase the prevalence of contraception from 33.7% to 50%. 2012

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