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    Health policy issues
    DATE AUTHOR TITLE SUMMARY FILE
    01 Sep 99 John Holloway, Dr. Uy Vengky, Chom Sok, Keo Sithana, Ouang Lany, Chan Leakana... Report on the Baseline Demand Survey for the Health Services for the Urban Poor Project This report focuses on the findings from the health services for the urban poor (HSUP)component of the BDS. The purpose of the HSUP component is to increase the utilisation of primary and secondary quality health care services by the urban poor through improved quality and removal of social and economic barriers to access. The experience of working to provide these services in an urban context will also inform the development of policy for improving the health status of the urban poor. HSurbanpoor.pdf
    01 Jul 02 Andrea Crossland and Tim Conway Review of Mechanisms to Improve Equity in Access to Health Care, Cambodia This report reviews experiences to date with pilot pro-poor health financing schemes in Cambodia, focusing in particular on the use of equity funds to compensate health facilities for the provision of exemptions from user fees to poor patients. cam02.pdf
    30 Apr 98 National Public Health and Research Institute
    In collaboration with WHO and GTZ
    The demand for health care in Cambodia The survey showed some important differences in public health facility utilization between ADD and non-ADD areas. This probably reflects, however, the selection of ADD areas, many of which were chosen due to existing facilities, and human and material resources. It is inconclusive, therefore, that the provision of technical equipment and materials alone is sufficient to significantly increase utilization in public health facilities. The_demand_for_health_care_in_Cambodia.pdf
    01 Aug 94 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
    NATIPNAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CENTRE
    National Vitamin A Policy and Implementation Document - August 1994 This document is a synthesis of workshop recommendations on policy and strategies for a national Vitamin A programme. Provisions in this document have been presented to and endorsed by the MCH Sub-Committee. NUT-051.pdf
    01 Mar 97 Unicef The Cambodian Child: Royal support to Child Rights issues and HIV/AIDS prevention On 28 December 1996 His Majesty Norodom Sihanouk, King of Cambodia called and chaired a three hour working session on the issue of Child Rights which was attended by ministers of Education, Social Affairs and Industry and some parliamentarians. His Majesty stressed the need for additional legislation to reflect the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Cambodia's laws and decrees and expressed his active support for programmes working towards the elimination of hazardous and exploitative child labour. UNICEF.pdf
    Jan 2003 Ministry of Health Health Sector Strategic Plan 2003-2007 - Cambodian Ministry of Health (English Summary) The purpose of the strategic plan is to provide direction to the development of the health sector over the next 5 years. The government's intention is that it is used to focus and guide the actions of the Ministry of Health and all stakeholders so that everyone works towards making a difference, to meeting the government's planned outcomes.

    For the first time given six priority areas of work and twenty strategies, eight of them core ones, all of which
    have been identified through talking with those interested in making a difference. Everyone must focus on
    these if we are to make a difference.
    Eng_Summary.pdf
    Jan 2003 Ministry of Health Health Sector Strategic Plan 2003-2007 - Cambodian Ministry of Health (English Vol 1) In summary, the policy asserts that all people in Cambodia, of whatever gender, age, place of residence or ability to pay, should have equal access to good-quality, basic and essential specialised health services, staffed
    by competent health professionals, and at a cost people can afford; that they should have information that empowers them to make informed choices about matters affecting the health and well-being of themselves and their families.
    Eng_Vol_1.pdf
    Jan 2003 Ministry of Health Health Sector Strategic Plan 2003-2007 - Cambodian Ministry of Health (Khmer Summary) The purpose of the strategic plan is to provide direction to the development of the health sector over the next 5 years. The government's intention is that it is used to focus and guide the actions of the Ministry of Health and all stakeholders so that everyone works towards making a difference, to meeting the government's planned outcomes.

    For the first time given six priority areas of work and twenty strategies, eight of them core ones, all of which
    have been identified through talking with those interested in making a difference. Everyone must focus on
    these if we are to make a difference.
    Kh_Summary.pdf
    Jan 2003 Ministry of Health Health Sector Strategic Plan 2003-2007- Cambodian Ministry of Health (Khmer Vol 1) In summary, the policy asserts that all people in Cambodia, of whatever gender, age, place of residence or ability to pay, should have equal access to good-quality, basic and essential specialised health services, staffed
    by competent health professionals, and at a cost people can afford; that they should have information that empowers them to make informed choices about matters affecting the health and well-being of themselves and their families.
    Kh_Vol_1.pdf
    31 Dec 02 Dr. Mellmann
    and
    Kompong Thom Referral Hospital Team
    QUALITY GUIDELINES PROPOSED FOR these standards and guidelines is to provide a framework for developing the Provincial Referral Hospital Kampong Thom (KTRH). The intention is to implement these quality standards over the next five years, in accordance with the Health Sector Strategic Plan 2003-2007and the Complementary Package of Activities (CPA). HOS-039_Quality_Guideline_Proposed_for_Kp__Thom_hospital_draf.zip
    01 Apr 02 Andrea Crossland and Tim Conway Health System Resource center The DFID Health Systems Resource Centre (HSRC) provides technical assistance and information to the British Government's Department for International Development (DFID) and its partners in support of pro-poor health policies, financing and services HSR-041Review_of_Mechanisms_to_Improve_Equity_in_Access_to_He.doc
    30 Mar 02 Natalie Grove
    Pat Naidoo
    Margaret Ward
    Lauren Weller
    WORKING THE SYSTEM:Cambodian health provider's response to health sector reform One of the conclusions of the study is that there is potential to improve the HCP by incorporating providers' sense of roles and responsibilities, especially as they relate to the community. Secondly the 'manoeuvring' in the health centre is a complex response that is not motivated by economic goals alone. However it is clear that manoeuvring will continue while ever the mismatch between expectations of the staff and the resources available to them continues. In addition there is evidence that manoeuvring is representative of strong and creative leadership in many instances, and that there is substantial capacity at the health centre level to develop management skills. The current environment however is resistant to decentralisation and there is little experience of decision making responsibilities being held at lower levels such as the OD and the health centres. And finally this paper concludes that regardless of the strategies employed by donor agencies and the MoH, health providers will support reform to the extent that reform is congruent with provider's needs and their professional roles HSR-142_Working_the_System__Cambodian_Health_Provider__s__Res.doc
    13 May 03 Government government decree 1 government decree degree.pdf
    01 Jan 03 Steve Fabricant, Ph.D.
    Health Economics and Financing Consultant
    Cost Analysis of Essential Health Services in Cambodia This study was commissioned by WHO/Cambodia to measure the costs of the Minimum and Complementary Package of Activities. Costs of services at provincial hospitals, ODO referral hospitals and Health Centers were measured over three months in 2002. Cost comparisons between contracting-in, contracting-out, and non-contracting health facilities were made. Cambodia_Cost_Study_Part1.doc
    01 Feb 04 Steve Fabricant, Ph.D.
    Health Economics and Financing Consultant
    Cost of Essential Health Services, Part 2 To the previous study of costs of MPA and CPA, this study adds the costs of district and provincial management, and the costs of national health programs and national referral hospitals. Cost_Analysis_Part_2_Final.doc