Countries Georgia

Provision of health accounts technical support to countries in European region and in the improvement of the disease expenditure distribution methodology for the global HA purpose

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Republic of / Health Accounts, Health Care Financing, Health Systems / Capacity building, Evaluation, Planning

World Health Organization (WHO) provides technical assistance to Member States to produce and institutionalize the health accounts including disease expenditure consistent with the reviewed system of health accounts methodology (SHA 2011). WHO also publishes high-level health expenditure aggregates on the Global Health Expenditure Database (GHED). Where gaps exist, WHO estimates missing data using macroeconomic series. […]

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Independent mid-term review of the regional TB REP project

Belarus, Georgia / Tuberculosis / Evaluation

CGC conducted an independent mid-term review (MTR) of TB in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Project on Strengthening Health Systems for effective TB and Drug-Resistant (DR)-TB Care (TB-REP Project), funded by the Global Fund (GF) and implemented by Centre for Health Policies and Studies (PAS Center). TB-REP Project is implemented in eleven countries with high […]

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A multi-country analysis of financial sustainability of National Immunization Programs, and development of financial sections of National Immunization Plans for 2016-2020

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Republic of, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan / Financial sustainability /

The CGC team of 4 experts in health systems and immunization financing assisted the national immunization programs/ health officials and WHO country offices in 7 countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Moldova, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan) in carrying out a costing and financing exercise followed by a financial sustainability analysis of comprehensive multi-year plans for […]

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National Influenza Pandemic Preparedness (NIPP) plan development in Georgia

Georgia / Avian Influenza / Costing and budgeting

The goal of avian influenza and human pandemic preparedness and response National Plan was to: reduce economic losses in the poultry sector, limit sporadic human cases and diminish the likelihood of an eventual human influenza pandemic during WHO pandemic alert level 3; and minimize serious illness and overall deaths. The CGC team was contracted to […]

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