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3a. tanzania v231110



Presentation Tanzania PBF Course Nairobi

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    • PBF EXPERIENCE IN TANZANIA Mbeya Rukwa Tabora Ruvuma Iringa Singida Dodoma Kigoma Shinyanga Kagera Arusha Mwanza 139 Mara Morogoro Mtwara Lindi Kilimanjaro Tanga 162 Pwani Dar es salaam Kusini 109 Mjini Magharibi Kusini Pemba Kaskazini Pemba Mainland Zanzibar
    • Background
      • Area: 926,000 sq km
      • Population = 40 mil (2002).
      • Capital: Dodoma
      • > 120 tribes.
      • Language: Swahili(English)
      • Regions: 25
      • 133 councils.
      • Health facilities: 5,618 (2009)
    • Health indicators
      • Maternal Mortality- 578/100.000 live births
      • UMR- 81/1000 live births (TDHS 2009/10)
      • IMR-51/1000 live births ( TDHS 2009/10)
      • NMR -26/1000 live births (TDHS 2009/10)
      • CPR 36% all methods, 27.4% modern methods. (TFR 5.4)
      • HIV/AIDS prevalence 6%
    • Health Services System in Tanzania Community Health Services Dispensaries Health Centers District Hospitals Regional Hosp . Specialize/ Consultant Hosp. National Hospitals Referral system Community/ Household District Council Regional Secretary Ministry of Health
    • The Current Situation
      • The Ministry embarked in Health Sector Reform in 90’s and re organize its structure by decentralizing Primary health services-District level.
      • Allocation formula based on Population 70%, land size 10%, Under five mortality 10 % and Poverty 10%.
      • District Health Management Teams (DHMT) were established with semi-autonomous authority
        • Develop Comprehensive District Health Plans where by Pay for Performance is one of the mandatory activity in the Operation Plan
    • Current situation cont
      • Financial support comes from:
      • 1. Central Government
      • 2. Donors ( Health Basket funds).
      • 3.Council own sources and
      • 4. Other supplementary sources i.e. Cost sharing, Community Health funds(CHF),NHIF.
    • Current situation cont…
      • The Ministry implement its roles through National Strategy For Growth and Reduction of Poverty
      • National Health Policy and five year Health Sector Reform Strategic Plan(2009-2015).
      • Primary Health Service Development Programme (MMAM) (2007-2017).
      • Monitoring of Health Sector Performance.
    • Opportunities to introduce PBF
      • Existing systems at all levels.
      • PBF piloting site - Rungwe District.
      • Training:
      • 12 Faith based organizations (FBOs).
      • 3 Public owned H/F
      • CHMT and HMT members (5).
      • Council Management team (2).
      • Key stakeholders:
      • Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC),
    • Challenges….
      • Not in line with the existing National policies.
        • Employment policy,
        • Procurement Act.
        • Local government financial Act /regulations.
        • Inadequate financial management capacity skills at the low level (Health centers and Dispensaries).
        • Inadequate data collection system (HMIS)
    • Way forward
      • PBF Advocacy should start at the National Level to downward.
      • Capacity building of health workers on financial management (Public & Private).
      • Policy review to match with PBF principles.
      • Improve on HMIS