The Costed Implementation Plan for family planning (CIP) is a guide for all family planning programming, detailing program activities and costs necessary to achieve the government's commitment to family planning.
The Health Sector Transformation Plan is a five-year strategic plan detailing strategic objectives and initiatives to ensure the health system provides excellence in health service delivery, quality improvement and assurance, leadership and governance, and health system capacity.
Ethiopia's Progress in Health Financing and the Contribution of the 1998 Health Care and Financing Strategy in Ethiopia
This report assesses the impact of Ethiopia's health financing strategy and reforms from 1998 to 2014, examining issues such as resource mobilization, equity, and efficiency.
The 2014 Ethiopia Service Provision Assessment Plus Survey assessed the preparedness of health faclities to provide quality health services, including family planning.
This executive summary describes Ethiopia's health financing challenges, including high out-of-pocket spending, low government spending, and unpredictable donor funding. The report identifies community-based health insurance and social health insurance as possible financing solutions.
Key findings and indicator trends from the 2010-11 national health accounts (NHAs), a globally recognized and accepted resource tracking methodology for the health sector. This NHA includes expenditure estimates for priority areas (HIV/AIDS, reproductive and child health, malaria, and TB).