The Health Policy Project has ended, but work continues under a new USAID five-year project, Health Policy Plus (HP+).
2016 Health Financing and Macro-Fiscal Country Profiles
As part of the USAID-led PEPFAR Sustainable Financing Initiative to increase domestic resources for HIV, the PEPFAR- and USAID-funded Health Policy Project created 31 macro-fiscal and health financing profiles for 18 countries that are transitioning to a higher income status, have high HIV burdens, and/or rely heavily on donor funding. These country profiles assess past trends and future projections in key indicators related to a country's ability to grow economically and dedicate more financial resources to health, including HIV.
The macro-fiscal profiles provide overviews of each country's economic growth, political economy, and government revenue and expenditure. The health financing profiles analyze government, external, and out-of-pocket spending on health; health financing functions, including revenue contribution and collection, pooling, and purchasing; and HIV financing trends.
The briefs are up to date as of April 2016. Click the entry next to the listed country to get an individual brief, or download the set as one zip file from the publication page.
|Country||Health Financing Profile||Macro-fiscal Profile|
|Angola||PDF (593.9 kb)||PDF (700.3 kb)|
|Botswana||PDF (698.7 kb)||PDF (678.0 kb)|
|Cambodia||PDF (440.6 kb)||PDF (1000.3 kb)|
|Cote d'Ivoire||PDF (983.9 kb)|
|Ethiopia||PDF (1116.0 kb)|
|Ghana||PDF (1049.3 kb)|
|Haiti||PDF (984.2 kb)||PDF (996.9 kb)|
|India||PDF (1013.9 kb)||PDF (1097.6 kb)|
|Kenya||PDF (1004.2 kb)||PDF (977.9 kb)|
|Malawi||PDF (1002.4 kb)||PDF (976.9 kb)|
|Mozambique||PDF (1005.3 kb)||PDF (1024.2 kb)|
|Namibia||PDF (976.8 kb)||PDF (1008.9 kb)|
|Nigeria||PDF (1120.2 kb)|
|South Africa||PDF (986.0 kb)||PDF (1034.5 kb)|
|Tanzania||PDF (990.5 kb)||PDF (1010.1 kb)|
|Uganda||PDF (992.6 kb)|
|Vietnam||PDF (996.7 kb)||PDF (999.3 kb)|
|Zambia||PDF (991.1 kb)||PDF (1069.1 kb)|
See more Health Financing Country Profiles from the USAID-supported African Strategies for Health project.