In 2003, a small working group was established under the leadership of WHO and the World Bank to develop a strategy to assist countries (especially those with limited resources) to better monitor and evaluate their health systems. Initial discussions focused on identifying a parsimonious set of indicators and related measurement strategies. Subsequently, these were shared with country and technical experts and supported with case studies and reviews of country experiences. This draft toolkit is the outcome of these deliberations. It proposes a core set of indicators and related measurement strategies that can assist countries, global health initiatives and other stakeholders to monitor and direct investments into health systems.
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