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作者 Sharp, Maryanne
書名 Health, Nutrition and Population Outcomes in Madagascar 2000-2009 : A Country Status Report
出版項 Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2011
©2011
國際標準書號 9780821385517 (electronic bk.)
9780821385388
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說明 1 online resource (179 pages)
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系列 World Bank Working Papers
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附註 Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Executive Summary -- 1. Introduction and Context -- Country and Sector Context -- Objectives and Organization of the Country Status Report -- Available Data and Reports -- 2. Sector Outcomes and Demographic Trends -- Demographic Trends -- Child Health -- Maternal Health -- Nutritional Status of Children and Women -- Other Communicable Diseases Contributing to Mortality and Morbidity in Madagascar -- Non-Communicable Diseases -- Meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) -- 3. Behaviors Conducive to Better Health Outcomes -- Behaviors and Interventions Affecting Child Health -- Community Factors and Behaviors Affecting Nutritional Status of Children -- Maternal Health and Reproductive Health -- Communicable Diseases -- Health Care Access and Utilization by the Poor -- 4. Health System Performance -- Sector Organization -- Quality of Services -- 5. Sector Financing -- Financing of the Health Sector -- Equity of Health Spending -- Efficiency Issues of Health Spending -- Scope for Creating Fiscal Space -- Potential Impact of the Crisis on the Health Sector -- 6. Strengthening Accountability in the Health Sector -- The Importance of Accountability for Health -- Governance and Accountability in the Malagasy Context -- Appendixes -- Appendix 1. Indicators and Outcomes -- Appendix 2. Child Nutrition and Early Childhood Development -- Appendix 3. Health Financing -- Appendix 4. Best Practices in RBF from around the World -- Appendix 5. Summary of CSC Ratings in Anosy during implementation and follow-up -- References -- Boxes -- Box 2.1. Maternal mortality in Madagascar -- Box 3.1. Maternal knowledge and self-efficacy -- Box 3.2. Creation of a National Community Nutrition Program
Box 3.3. Pilot to cover the direct and indirect costs related to emergency obstetrical and neonatal care in the regions of Boeny and DIANA -- Box 3.4. Distance to the nearest health center: the case of a village in Majunga region -- Box 3.5. Santé Sud program -- Box 4.1. Quality of infrastructure affecting maternal and neonatal health -- Box 4.2. Response of the public to suspension of user fees (2001-2004) -- Box 5.1. A brief presentation of Madagascar's budget execution process -- Box 5.2. Some key elements of the equity funds at the health center level -- Box 5.3. Some key elements of the equity funds at the district hospital level -- Box 5.4. Community Insurance Scheme (Mutuelle) of Ankazomanga-Ouest -- Box 5.5. Two examples of pilot community-based health insurance schemes in the regions of Haute Matsiatra and Atsinanana -- Box 5.6. Selected country experiences with decentralization -- Box 6.1. Accountability of FANOME and drugs for the poor -- Box 6.2. Increasing utilization of basic maternal and child health interventions through RBF -- Box 6.3. Community Score Cards process -- Figures -- Figure 1.1. Determinants of health sector outcomes -- Figure 2.1. Madagascar's population composition in 2005 -- Figure 2.2. Projections for TFR, population growth rate and number of children under five -- Figure 2.3. Under-five mortality rate: gaps between and within countries -- Figure 2.4. Under-five mortality rates differentials by economic quintile -- Figure 2.5. Under-five mortality rate differentials by residence -- Figure 2.6. Principal causes of in-patient mortality at the hospital level for children under five in 2007 (number of deaths) -- Figure 2.7. Maternal mortality ratio (per 100,000 live births) in 2008 -- Figure 2.8. Anemia prevalence trends among children under five -- Figure 2.9. Anemia prevalence trends among women 15-49 years old
Figure 2.10. Burden of disease mortality (percentage of all-cause mortality-on the left, percentage of all infectious and parasitic disease mortality- on the right) -- Figure 2.11. TB incidence, prevalence, and mortality, all forms with and without HIV+ (per 100,000 population per year) -- Figure 2.12. Incidence and DOTS diagnosis of TB in Madagascar and Sub-Saharan Africa -- Figure 2.13. Progress towards achieving MDG 4, Madagascar and Sub-Saharan Africa -- Figure 3.1. Levels of vaccination coverage in Madagascar, 2008 -- Figure 3.2. ORS/ORT knowledge and utilization across economic strata (quintiles) -- Figure 3.3. Hypothesized relation between poverty, stunting, child development, and school achievement -- Figure 3.4. Maternal knowledge about child health and child development -- Figure 3.5. Association between maternal knowledge and self-efficacy and maternal education -- Figure 3.6. Modern contraceptive prevalence rate (percentage of married women) -- Figure 3.7. Prevalence of teenage mothers across social-demographic strata (percentage of adolescents aged 15-19 who are pregnant or already have a baby) -- Figure 3.8. Assistance at delivery (percentage of women who had medically trained assistance at birth, and percentage of women who delivered in a health center) -- Figure 3.9. Malaria transmission epidemiological zones -- Figure 3.10. Immunization rate and poverty headcount by district and region (2003 and 2006 respectively) -- Figure 3.11. Immunization rates by household assets quintiles -- Figure 3.12. Reasons for not seeking health care when ill -- Figure 4.1. Public and private health care delivery network -- Figure 4.2. Hospital beds density (per 10,000 population) -- Figure 4.3. Functioning of the drug supply chain -- Figure 4.4. Physicians density (per 10,000 population)
Figure 4.5. Nursing and midwifery personnel density (per 10,000 population) -- Figure 4.6. Ratio of nurses and midwives to physicians -- Figure 4.7. Community and traditional health workers density (per 10,000 population) -- Figure 4.8. Ratio of health management and support workers to health service providers -- Figure 4.9. Outflow of health workers, 1993-2002 -- Figure 4.10. Ratio of prescriptions filled to prescriptions written in the public sector, and number of new prescriptions at the health center (millions) -- Figure 4.11. Number of prescriptions written (millions) and ratio of prescriptions filled to prescriptions written (1999-2008) -- Figure B4.2.1. Impact of crisis and fee suspension on outpatient visits per capita, 2001-2004 (smoothed data and smoothed monthly pattern) -- Figure B4.2.2. Impact of the crisis and fee suspension on prescriptions filled in the public sector, 2001-2004 (proportion of prescriptions filled smoothed data, and smoothed monthly pattern) -- Figure 4.12. Ability to correctly diagnose/prescribe treatment for various illnesses (percentage of centers in which all patients examined during the supervisory visit were correctly diagnosed/treated) -- Figure 4.13. Income inequalities in quality of antenatal care -- Figure 5.1. Distribution of private sources of financing -- Figure 5.2. Composition of MoH's budget and expenditures by economic category 2005-2008 (in percent) -- Figure 5.3. Distribution of resources to the Ministry's core programs 2008 (in percent) -- Figure 5.4. Total MoH Budgetary Allocation, Expenditure and Execution Rate (percent) 2004-2008 (in billions of Ariary and in percent) -- Figure 5.5. Comparison of MFB and MoH execution rates -- Figure 5.6. Roles and responsibilities in project and budget management -- Figure 5.7. Distribution of the MoH's budget by administrative level in 2007 and 2008
Figure 5.8. Share of health spending in total spending per capita, by income quintile (in percent) -- Figure 5.9. Drug availability, income and expenditure (health center level) -- Figures A3.1a and A3.1b.: Regional distribution of non-salary recurrent expenditures per capita and distribution of health personnel under the ministry payroll -- Tables -- Table 2.1. Demographic trends (infant mortality rate, under-five mortality rate, TFR, modern CPR) -- Table 2.2. Results from a Cox Proportional Model on child mortality (hazard ratio) -- Table 2.3. Trends in malnutrition rates for children under five, 1997-2009 -- Table 3.1. SEECALINE availability and maternal knowledge and self-efficacy -- Table 3.2. Child care practices in SEECALINE and non-SEECALINE survey sites (percentage of total number of mothers or children) -- Table 3.3. Prevalence of at-risk sexual behaviors of youth (2006 and 2008 data) -- Table 3.4. Malaria indicators 2004-2008 -- Table 3.5. Changes in indicators of HIV knowledge and behavior among most at risk groups (2004, 2006, and preliminary results from 2008) -- Table 3.6. Tuberculosis treatment, pilot program indicators -- Table 4.1. Number of medical facilities in 2007, by type and by sector -- Table 4.2. Total numbers and densities of health workforce in 2002 -- Table 4.3. Estimates of annual losses due to mortality under age 60 among health workers in selected countries of the WHO Africa Region, based on life table analysis -- Table 4.4. Infrastructure quality of health centers in 2005 (percent of surveyed centers) -- Table 4.5. Health care personnel to patient ratio in 2005 -- Table 4.6. Availability of selected drugs (in percentage) as reported in November 2006 and in May 2007 -- Table 4.7. Number of health centers that complied with existent protocol for ANC visits
Table 4.8. Supervisory visit frequency and quality for public and private health centers (percentage of total health centers that responded)
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鏈接 Print version: Sharp, Maryanne Health, Nutrition and Population Outcomes in Madagascar 2000-2009 : A Country Status Report Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2011 9780821385388
主題 Health status indicators -- Madagascar.;Medical care -- Madagascar.;Nutrition -- Madagascar.;Madagascar -- Statistics, Medical
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