Implementing Partner :
INs and donors
since 2006, ongoing
Mozambique’s public health care sector is in need of reinforcement and expansion, but in order for this to happen, long term structural investments are needed. Since 2006, the Government of Flanders has donated two million euros annually to PROSAUDE, the joint fund for the financing of the health care sector by foreign and international donors. This system is also called SWAp (Sector-Wide Approach).
Six priorities were defined for the health care sector: involvement of local communities in the health care theme, logistic supply of medicines and other medical goods, financial management, health information system, personnel policy and infrastructure.
For the implementation of the development plan, Mozambique's Ministry of Health is supported by the following partners: Ireland, DFID (Great Britain), Clinton Foundation, CIDA (Canada), European Commission, DANIDA (Denmark), Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Flanders, World Health Organisation (WHO), etc. The partners and the Mozambican Ministry work together in technical task forces that are headed by the Ministry.
More info: www.ins.gov.mz