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Palestinian Health Sector Reform and Development Project
Transcript of Palestinian Health Sector Reform and Development Project
Governance: by standardized national procurement laws, policies, and regulations;
Finance: through competitive bidding, ensuring that prices are reduced and resources are optimized;
Transparency: Open and transparent competitive bidding practices;
Equality: through equal opportunity for all eligible health facilities—whether in the West Bank, Gaza, or East Jerusalem;
MoH or NGO health service providers; hospitals, PHC clinics, and education institutions.
Quality: through the procurement of top-quality equipment, pharmaceuticals, and supplies and making sure that the quality assurance practices are met.
The Flagship Project is a five-year initiative funded by the U.S. Agency of International Development (USAID), designed, and implemented in collaboration with the Palestine Ministry of Health (MoH). The Project’s main objective is to support the MoH, selected non-governmental organizations, and selected educational and professional institutions in strengthening their institutional capacities and performance to support a functional and democratic Palestinian health sector able to meet its priority public health needs. The Project works to achieve this goal through three components: (1) supporting health sector reform and management, (2) strengthening clinical and community-based health, and (3) supporting procurement of health and humanitarian assistance commodities.