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Eritrea

National Health Planning Cycles


Overview and Context

National Health Plan Title

Health Sector Strategic Development Plan 2012-2016

Annual Health Sector Review

information not available

Income group:

Low

Fiscal Start Date

January 1

Legal and Political systems

  • Executive branch:president indirectly elected by the National Assembly for a 5-year term (eligible for a second term); the only election was held on 8 June 1993, following independence from Ethiopia (next election postponed indefinitely)
  • Legislative branch:National Assembly elections scheduled for December 2001 were postponed indefinitely due to the war with Ethiopia
  • Legal System: mixed legal system of civil, customary, and Islamic religious law

Country Documents

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Public Repository Docs

Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

Window
2000
2030
National Health Policy Strategy and Plan
2012
2016
National Development Plan
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization
2012
2016
Malaria Plan
Tuberculosis Plan
2004
2008
HIV/AIDS Plan
2012
2016
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan
Reproductive Health Plan
2006
2011
Maternal Health Plan
Newborn and Child Health Plan
Human Resources for Health Plan
2012
2016
GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support
2008
2014
GAVI Immunisation Services Support(ISS)Support
2002
2014
GAVI Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Support
GAVI Injection Safety Support
2004
2006
The Global Fund HIV/AIDS Grants
2004
2014
The Global Fund Malaria Grants
2003
2015
The Global Fund Tuberculosis Grants
2007
2013

Partners in Country

Country engaging in IHP + processes

Not IHP

IHP+ details

Not IHP

Pooled funding and or SWAP

No SWAp

UNDAF rollout cycles

2007-2011

UHC Partnership for policy dialogue

No

PEPFAR focus countries

No

World Bank*

Interim Support Strategy for World Bank assistance to Eritrea as part of a multi-donor effort to assist Eritrea in addressing its most immediate needs in the face of a serious humanitarian and economic crisis. The massive population displacement and destruction of property resulting from the last round of fighting has prompted a significant shift in new development assistance towards urgent humanitarian and reconstruction interventions. Bank assistance therefore focuses on emergency reconstruction and health. The Eritrean Government's overriding objectives following the signing of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement are to reach a peace agreement with Ethiopia, rebuild the economy, and restore social services. This requires rehabilitating infrastructure and buildings damaged by the war, assisting the displaced to reestablish their homes, farms, and businesses, and restoring macroeconomic balance, among other actions. Therefore, over the next year or so, the Government will focus on: 1) meeting immediate needs for emergency humanitarian assistance; 2) reconstructing infrastructure and assisting displaced people to resume their economic activities; 3) and restoring a stable and supportive macroeconomic framework. Subsequently, a Transitional Support Strategy will be prepared to elaborate on the Bank's medium-term strategic response. During the coming months, the Government will also prepare an Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Pape

European Commission*

The Country Strategy Paper for Eritrea (2009-2013) presents the strategic framework for cooperation between the European Commission (EC) and Eritrea under the 10th European Development Fund (EDF). Eritrea has a long history of food insecurity at both national and household levels. In addition, the general condition of infrastructure in Eritrea is relatively poor following three decades of civil war and insufficient investment since independence. EC assistance under the 10th EDF concentrates on food security and rural development. In addition, funds are set aside for governance programmes and the restoration of the national heritage. The EU's total allocation (2009-2013) for Eritrea to address these priorities amounts to €122 million.

Costing and Financing

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