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Angola Health System Assessment 2010

USAID Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Angola July 2010 Report health service, health system, human resources

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In 2005 the Partners for Health Reformplus project (PHRplus) – the predecessor to the Health Systems 20/20 project (HS 20/20) – conducted a Health System Assessment (HSA) in Angola to inform USAID/Angola’s health sector programming. The HSA identified the relative strengths and weaknesses of the country’s health system and provided recommendations for improvement. Since then, USAID has implemented a number of health projects in areas such as malaria, HIV/AIDS, family planning, and maternal and child health.

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