Kenya?s private sector is one of the most developed and dynamic in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the health sector ? where the leading causes of death are HIV/AIDS, acute respiratory infection, diarrheal diseases, and malaria ? the private commercial (for-profit) sector and the not-for-profit sector play critical roles in preventing and treating disease. Even among the poor, the private sector is an important source of care. For example, 47 percent of the poorest quintile of Kenyans use a private facility when a child is sick. In recognition of this important role, the Government of Kenya (GOK) has dGold Star continues the existing elements of its program, and expands the program to the remaining Kenyan provinces. (This expansion will require ... Certify providers as complying with national ART treatment guidelines. d. Conduct periodicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Private Health Sector Assessment in Kenya|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2010-01-01|