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Étude sur le secteur privé de la santé au Burkina-Faso
 
Country:Burkina Faso; Date Stored:2012/07/25
Document Date:2012/01/01Document Type:Publication
SubTopics:Banks & Banking Reform; Health Monitoring & Evaluation; Health Systems Development & Reform; Health Economics & Finance; Public Sector EconomicsISBN:978-0-8213-9701-5
Language:FrenchRegion:Africa
Report Number:71452Volume No:1 of 1

Summary: The objectives of this evaluation of the private health sector in Burkina Faso are to (a) determine what role the private sector plays in the national health system, (b) formulate a diagnosis of the nature and effectiveness of the interface between the public and private sectors as well as the legal, regulatory, technical, and human environment in which the sector is evolving, (c) make recommendations to the government, strengthen the dialogue between stakeholders involved in the public and private sectors, and (d) inform entrepreneurs in finance, insurance, investment and underwriters - African or not - about the development of the private health sector in Burkina-Faso and awaken their interest in participating in it. This country assessment is part of a set of studies planned in order to provide a better understanding of how to improve the business environment in which the private health sector operates in Burkina-Faso and other African countries. The assessment was conducted in order to establish a baseline of information, to help with political decision-making, and to provide market information.

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