According to the Bank’s website, the objective of this project is to strengthen/deepen the methodology in the countries that participated in the first phase of the project. Carrying out the methodology replication exercise was a first step, therefore, it is recommended that the countries internally discuss their results and, mainly, use them as inputs for the analysis of their programs and for financial, programmatic and operational planning. Likewise, to regionally enrich the implementation of the methodology, based on the experience of the countries of the first phase and the support of UCSF. Adoption of the methodology as the official one at the regional level, for the analysis of disease burden in the 8 SICA member states.
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