Guinea Private Health Sector Assessment

The private health sector is an important player in Guinea’s health system, but the extent of its contribution remains largely unknown. SHOPS Plus, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development, assessed the role of the private sector in improving family planning, malaria, and maternal and child health in Guinea. The assessment focuses on key challenges and opportunities related to the enabling environment, financing, and service delivery to better leverage the private health sector’s resources. This brief highlights the methods, findings, and recommendations from the full assessment.

Author

SHOPS Plus

Published
August 2022
Resource Types
Brief
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Health Area
Child Health
Family Planning
Maternal Health
Keywords
Africa
Current Downloads
15

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