Implementing Health SWAp in Mongolia: From Aid Coordination to Sector Management
Master's Thesis from the year 2006 in the subject Medicine - Public Health, grade: Distinction, University of Leeds (Nuffield), language: English, abstract: This dissertation intends to contribute to improving sector-wide management and aid coordination in health. The dissertation objectives are: 1. To review the key issues related to sectoral management and aid coordination in the Mongolian health sector 2. To examine different frameworks and international experiences in implementing SWAp 3. To appraise likely options for implementing health SWAp in Mongolia 4. To propose a Road map to initiate the implementation of a SWAp in Mongolia
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