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Senegal commits to increasing its national health spending from 10% of the budget currently to 15% by 2015 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Senegal commits to increasing its national health spending from 10% of the budget currently to 15% by 2015
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  • Submitted by: Senegal
  • Topic: Health and population
  • Keywords: National Health Spending; Youth and Women; Health and Population.
  • Location: Senegal
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child
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Senegal also proposes to increase the budget allocated to MNCH by 50% by 2015. 2015
Senegal commits to increasing its national health spending from 10% of the budget currently to 15% by 2015. 2015
Description
Description/achievement of initiative
Senegal commits to increasing its national health spending from 10% of the budget currently to 15% by 2015. It also proposes to increase the budget allocated to MNCH by 50% by 2015. The country commits to improving coordination of MNCH initiatives by creating a national Directorate for MNCH, reinstating the national committee in charge of the implementation of the multi-sectoral roadmap for the reduction of maternal and child mortality and to accelerate the dissemination and implementation of national strategies targeting a reduction of maternal mortality. Through these efforts the government hopes to offer a full range of high impact MNCH interventions in 90% of health centers, increase the proportion of assisted deliveries from 51% to 80% by increasing recruitment of state midwives and nurses and increasing contraceptive prevalence rate from 10% to 45%, among others.
Implementation methodologies
By creating a national Directorate for MNCH, reinstating the national committee in charge of the implementation of the multi-sectoral roadmap for the reduction of maternal and child mortality and to accelerate the dissemination and implementation of national strategies targeting a reduction of maternal mortality.

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