The Program is expected to improve performance through strengthening accountability, improving management of health services, and enhancing performance-based financing. The project will focus on supporting key aspects of the Government of Indonesia’s existing Healthy Indonesia Program(HIP). The HIP is built on a series of interventions with the goal of improving health and nutritional status of the community through health and community empowerment efforts, backed by equitable distribution of health services and financial protection, particularly to the poor and vulnerable.
Cofinancing: Goverment of Indonesia US$ 13,826 milion
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