Health care contracting to external, non-government providers is common in immediate post-conflict situations because of the public sector’s limited capacity for health service delivery. However, over time, the potential problems of external contracting in terms of ownership, accountability and sustainability may become more apparent. This presentation examines evidence from contracting in the Cambodian health sector.
Vong, S.; Raven, J.; Newlands, D. Contracting in conflict affected settings: evidence from Cambodia. Presented at Myanmar Conference, September 2013. (2013) 27 pp.