Malawi’s Health Sector Strategic Plan 2017–2022 (HSSP II) aims to move the country toward universal coverage of health services through an essential health package free of charge to all citizens. Through a consultative process, HP+ worked with Malawi’s Ministry of Health to estimate the total financial resources required to reach HSSP II targets, including costs of delivering the essential health package and implementing health systems strengthening activities. Scenarios were costed using the World Health Organization’s OneHealth Tool, taking into account various interventions, coverage of interventions, human resources, and infrastructure investment. This report provides the costing results, which were used to prioritize HSSP-II interventions, as well as recommendations to reduce costs as the resources needed greatly exceed the resources projected to be available.
Barker, C. 2017. Costing of Malawi’s Second Health Sector Strategic Plan using the OneHealth Tool. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00S-RZN
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