The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is a Central African country and the second largest country in Africa. It has a population of 68 million people and a life expectancy at birth of 48 years (males) and 51 years (females). The DRC MoH has been lauded for putting together a robust National Health Plan 2011-15 in a sound participatory process. Accompanying normative documents such as the Health Systems Strengthening Strategy, Health District Norms and Standards document, sub-sector strategies, etc. have been elaborated to a high quality. The MoH has evinced good leadership skills in aligning development partners around the NHP. DRC joined the International Health Partnership in 2009 and has used it as a key instrument to begin holding donors more accountable to their commitments. At national level, this has seemed to work but there is still much work to be done to have these effects trickle down to the district/local level. You can access important country documents by clicking here.
Since its inception in 2011, the EU-Luxembourg-WHO Universal Health Coverage Partnership has been supporting selected countries to …
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Réforme Divisions Provinciales de la Santé
Coordination des PTF
Suivi et évaluation du PNDS 2011-2015
Couverture sanitaire universelle
Amélioration des capacités techniques institutionnelles