Analysis of the costs of scaling-up priority health interventions in low and selected middle-income countries

Abstract

The purpose of this appendix is to present a brief description of the methodology and an analysis of the estimated costs of scaling up priority interventions. This analysis builds on the cost analysis undertaken for Working Group 5; a more detailed discussion of methodology for the close-to-client (CTC) level costs of the priority set of interventions is presented in the costing background paper.2 There are two sections to this appendix. In the first section, an analysis of the cost results is undertaken by country income classification. This analysis estimates the total health expenditures required for reaching target levels of coverage, the amount of domestic resources for health that may be mobilized, and the net financing gap. In the second section, analyses are undertaken on a regional level.

Citation

Kumaranayake, L.; Conteh, L.; Kurowski, C. Analysis of the costs of scaling-up priority health interventions in low and selected middle-income countries. (2001) 2 pp.

Analysis of the costs of scaling-up priority health interventions in low and selected middle-income countries

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