Togo is a West African country with a population of 6 million people and a life expectancy at birth of 55 years (males) and 58 years (females). Poverty still affects over 60% of the population and much of its health and social services had been neglected for years. The early 1990s saw aid suspension by many Western nations as well as the European Union due to political violence, lack of democracy, and human rights abuses. Following 2007 elections which were accepted as free and fair by the international community, aid slowly resumed. Investments are progressively being made in several social services such as health. In 2010, Togo joined the International Health Partnership(IHP+) which gave health sector stakeholders a clear impetus to cooperate on a new basis and harmonize their work in strengthening Togo’s health system. A situation analysis which was widespread and participatory in nature was then conducted, which formed the basis for the National Health Plan 2012-2015. This plan is currently in implementation with coordinated efforts by MoH and development partners.
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Suivi et évaluation du Plan National De Santé (PNDS)
Renforcement des capacités du Ministère de la Santé (MS)
Renforcer le dialogue politique sectoriel au niveau décentralisé
Renforcer le dialogue politique autour des médicaments essentiels génériques en collaboration avec l’Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
Documentation sur le dialogue politique au Togo
Dialogue politique autour du financement de la santé et la couverture universelle (mise en Œuvre de la feuille de route pour l'élaboration de la stratégie nationale vers la couverture universelle)