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Annual Health Sector Reviews and Accountability in Tanzania” (English)

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Honorati Masanja. “Annual Health Sector Reviews and Accountability in Tanzania.” (English)

Presentations to the Second Stakeholders Meeting on Implementing the Recommendations of the Commission on Information and Accountability for Women's and Children's Health, Ottawa.

Session 3C: Country Reviews / Accountability Mechanisms (IHP+)

21-22 November 2011

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Annual Health Sector Reviews and Accountability in Tanzania” (English)

  1. 1. Annual heath sector reviewsand accountability in Tanzania Honorati Masanja 21 Nov 2011, Ottawa
  2. 2. Questions• What at the data sources for health reviews and accountability?• What are the strengths and gaps of these data sources?• What needs to be done to fill these gaps?
  3. 3. Background• Joint Annual Health Sector Reviews are conducted in line with the o Health Policy 2007, o Health Sector Strategic Plan III - (2009-2013) o PHDP (MMAM) - 200-2017 o MKUKUTA, o MDG’s and Vision 2025• These reviews are conducted in collaboration with Government, Development Partners, CSO’s and Private Sector.
  4. 4. What are the data sources• Census• Surveys• HMIS• Public Expenditure Review• Demographic Surveillance System• Poverty and Human Development Report• Sentinel Panel of Districts (SPD)
  5. 5. Where are the gaps?• Timely compilation of data from routine HMIS and programs• Limited capacity in data analysis and use at various levels• A few indicators require surveys• Review some targets to reflect the current situation• Long interval between national surveys
  6. 6. What are the strengths and gaps of the data sources?Strengths Gaps• Provide national level • Long interval between national estimates by equity surveys differentials • Timely compilation of data from routine HMIS and programs • Limited capacity in data analysis and use at various levels • A few indicators require surveys • Review some targets to reflect the current situation
  7. 7. What needs to be done?• Provide
  8. 8. M&E ConsortiumFunding PartnersImplementing Partners MOHSW PMO-RALG

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