Malawi Private Health Sector Assessment

This private sector assessments finds that the private sector, both faith-based and commercial, is an important part of the health system in Malawi and provides critical essential health services to millions of Malawians. The assessment includes concrete recommendations to improve the contracting relationship between the Ministry of Health and the Christian Health Association of Malawi; guidance to strengthen the regulatory and policy environment to better leverage the private health sector; and steps to improve the capacity of the commercial sector to provide high-quality services.

Read the assessment brief for a summary of the reports findings and recommendations.

Author

Ilana Ron Levey, Nelson Gitonga, Meaghan Smith, Dawn Crosby, Jasmine Baleva, Emily Sanders, and Alison Wakefield

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
May 2011
Resource Types
Report
Country
Malawi
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Public-Private Engagement
Keywords
policy
private sector assessment
Current Downloads
73

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