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Profil de Pays - Viet Nam

Le Viet Nam est un pays d'Asie du Sud-Est avec une population de 91 millions de personnes et une espérance de vie de 73 ans (hommes) et 77 ans (femmes). Le ministère de la santé avais l'habitude d'être très centralisé, mais au cours des dernières décennies ont vu une décentralisation lourde. Néanmoins, le ministère national de la santé a encore un rôle de direction important à jouer, et est responsable de l'élaboration de stratégies et de programmes nationaux ainsi que pour l'exécution des institutions nationales. Les autorités sanitaires de district et provinciaux et le comité populaire de la commune sont responsables de l'administration et la prestation des services de santé au niveau local. L'OMS appuie le Ministère de la Santé dans sa direction et sa supervision, ainsi que son rôle clé dans la coordination des différents acteurs et parties prenantes dans le secteur de la santé.

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  • Terminé / En bonne voie
  • En cours
  • Reporté
  • Annulé
  • National Planning

  • Facilitate meetings of the technical working groups (TWGs) and report back to the Health Partnership Group (HPG)
  • 100%
  • Develop a protocol and methodology for the next 5-year plan health sector plan (2016-2020)
  • 20%
  • Defining and improving the current benefits package towards UHC
  • 30%
  • Conduct HPG quarterly meetings including pre- and post- HPG meetings, and promote participation of a wide range of stakeholder in health sector
  • 100%
  • Support the functioning of the HPG Secretariat (Coordinator, project officer and operational costs)
  • 100%
  • Undertake INGO forum
  • 100%
  • M&E

  • Strengthen role of the Joint Annual Health Review (JARH) as part of the monitoring process for the 5-year health plan
  • 100%
  • Document lessons learnt from the previous development and implementation of the current 5-year health sector plan; and prepare for the next planning cycle: review of the implementation of the 5-year health sector plan for 2011-2015
  • 10%
  • Evaluating progress towards universal health coverage, focusing on financial risk protection, service coverage and equity
  • 100%
  • Undertake an assessment of technical assistance in the health sector, at the central and provincial levels
  • 100%
  • Undertake a mapping and develop a database of development partner contributions to the health sector for enhancing development cooperation effectiveness
  • 30%
  • Assessment of obstacles and challenges in reaching under-served people
  • 50%
  • IHP+

  • Participate, for the first time, in the IHP+ Result Monitoring Exercise
  • 70%
  • Health Financing

  • Development of national health financing strategy
  • 20%
  • Learning from international experience in price setting and provider payment methods
  • 100%

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  • Terminé / En bonne voie
  • En cours
  • Reporté
  • Annulé
  • ER1 : Countries will have prepared/developed/updated/adapted their NHPSP through an inclusive policy dialogue process leading to better coverage with essential health services, financial risk protection and health equity
  • Facilitate meetings of the technical working groups(TWGs) and report back to the Health Partnership Group (HPG)
  • 100%
  • Prepare inclusive process for next Joint Assessment of National Strategy (JANS) (next 5-year health plan) to improve the quqlity of and increase confidence in future 5-year health sector plans
  • 100%
  • ER2 : Countries will have put in place expertise, monitoring and evaluation systems and annual health sector reviews
  • Strengthen role of the Joint Annual Health Review (JARH) as part of the monitoring process for the 5-year health plan
  • 100%
  • Document lessons learnt from the previous 5-year health sector plan (process of development and implementation)
  • 100%
  • ER3 : Countries requesting health financing (HF) support will have modified their financing strategies and systems to move more rapidly towards universal coverage (UC), with a particular focus on the poor and vulnerable
  • Assessment of obstacles and challenges in reaching under-served people
  • 100%
  • Develop financing and service delivery strategies for improving access to essential health services
  • 100%
  • Dialogue on the implementation of financing and service delivery strategies in districts and communes in hard-to-reach areas
  • 100%
  • ER4 : Countries receiving HF support will have implemented financing reforms to facilitate UC
  • Develop a national health financing strategy
  • 60%
  • Define the improved benefit package toward achievement of universal health coverage
  • 60%
  • ER6 : At country level, alignment and harmonization of health aid according to national health plans is consolidated and accelerated
  • HPG quarterly meetings including Core Group support, pre-and post-HPG meetings, and promote participation of a wide range of stakeholders in the sector
  • 100%
  • Develop a proposal,based on the findings of the TA assessment and the mapping /database exercice,for leveraging new opportunities in international health development cooperation
  • 15%
  • ICD provincial field trips to identify needs for international cooperation, and strengthen relationships and ensure that development cooperation provided centrally also meets local needs
  • 100%
  • Support to the functioning of the HPG Secretariat(coordinator and project officer posts as well as operational costs)
  • 100%
  • Dialogue on the IHP+ scorecard and seven behaviours
  • 100%
  • Undertake a mapping and develop a database of development partner contibution including INGOs to the health sector for enhancing development cooperation effectiveness
  • 100%

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