The paper summarizes the potential indicators that can be used to measure health service coverage and financial risk protection; it also provides a roadmap for the Ghana Ministry of Health to use in the context of monitoring progress toward universal health coverage.
The Costed Implementation Plan for family planning was developed as part of the comprehensive multisectoral strategy to reposition family planning programs in Ghana and translate policy intent into realistic actionable program targets and activities.
The snapshot explores several important dimensions of the Essential Package of Health Services in the country, such as how government policies contribute to the service coverage, population coverage, and financial coverage of the package.
How Ghana Can Cave Lives and Money: The Benefits of Financing Family Planning through National Health Insurance
This analysis can be used by policymakers to make the case for increased investment in family planning. It projects the anticipated health and economic benefits of family planning from 2014 to 2020.
This report presents results of the of internal assessment by the Ministry of Health of the health system, including an assessment of progress in health financing indicators.
This report provides a framework for health sector stakeholders, defining priorities and projections for a four-year period.
Overview of lessons learned from Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), including the politics of navigating health finance reform, limitations to scaling up from mutual health organizations (MHOs), and challenges to achieving and sustaining universal health coverage.
This report provides an evidence-based review of the performance of Ghana's health system and options for reform in the context of Ghana's fiscal space.