MZ
Mozambique

National Health Planning Cycles


Overview and Context

National Health Plan Title

Plano Estrategico do Sector da Saude 2014-2019 (Health Sector Strategic Plan 2014-2019), Política do Sector da Saúde 1995

Annual Health Sector Review

March & July

Income group:

Low

Fiscal Start Date

January 1

Legal and Political systems

  • Executive branch: election last held on 15 October 2014 (next to be held in October 2019); prime minister appointed by the president
  • Legislative branch:last held on 15 October 2014 (next to be held in October 2019)
  • Legal System: mixed legal system of Portuguese civil law, and customary law

Country Documents

Public Repository Docs

Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

Window
2000
2030
National Health Policy Strategy and Plan
2014
2019
National Development Plan
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization
2015
2019
Malaria Plan
2012
2016
Tuberculosis Plan
2008
2012
HIV/AIDS Plan
2010
2014
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan
Reproductive Health Plan
Maternal Health Plan
2008
2010
Newborn and Child Health Plan
Human Resources for Health Plan
2008
2015
GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support
2014
2018
GAVI Immunisation Services Support(ISS)Support
2001
2013
GAVI Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Support
GAVI Injection Safety Support
2003
2005
The Global Fund HIV/AIDS Grants
2006
2016
The Global Fund Malaria Grants
2005
2016
The Global Fund Tuberculosis Grants
2005
2017

Partners in Country

Country engaging in IHP + processes

Member

IHP+ details

Mozambique joined IHP+ in 2007. Mozambique has a strategic health plan for 2007-2012. In 2012 it completed a 5-10 year retrospective health sector review. A new plan is being developed. It is developing a roadmap for strengthening monitoring and evaluation of the national health plan, based on an assessment of the current M&E platform. The Ministry of Health and 18 development partners signed a country compact in 2008. Mozambique has also participated in both the 2nd and 3rd rounds of IHP+ Results. It has incorporated indicators used in the IHP+ Results process into the joint annual review framework. Currently, health sector reviews take place twice annually, in March and July.

Pooled funding and or SWAP

SWAp

UNDAF rollout cycles

2007-2009 extension until end 2011

UHC Partnership for policy dialogue

Yes

PEPFAR focus countries

Yes

World Bank*

The launch of the Mozambique Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for FY12-15 comes at a momentous period in the country's impressive post-conflict journey; one which many analysts suggest has propelled the nation to a unique point of inflection. The optimism that accompanied the previous CPS for FY08-11, after two decades of growth and poverty reduction, has been replaced by sober but purposeful deliberation over Mozambique's path to development. Since the end of the two-decade long civil war in 1992, Mozambique has had to play catch up with the rest of the world. Macroeconomic stability, structural reforms, and reconstruction drove post-conflict growth which has been sustained over the past decade by enclave mega-projects in mining and energy production. The CPS Completion Report (CR) identified the following lessons: (a) an appropriate program of analytic work to underpin Bank programs and projects is needed to inform public debate on key development issues, including the entry points for economic transformation; (b) the CPS should be a living document and updated and monitored at mid-term with updated monitoring indicators; (c) Bank lending instruments should be chosen and sequenced more strategically to address sectoral bottlenecks and implementation capacity constraints; and (d) staffing and management vacancies affected the overall program delivery and results, and should have been addressed more expeditiously

European Commission*

Country Strategy Paper for Mozambique (2008-2013) The response strategy chosen by the EC is to contribute to decreasing poverty from 54% in 2003 to 45% in 2009 and to promoting fast sustainable and broad-based growth. Additional activities will continue to support governance measures in favour of human rights justice anti-corruption the inclusion of non-state actors trade as well as Mozambique's health sector budget. EC interventions in Mozambique also take account of cross-cutting issues in particular environment gender HIV/AIDS children’s rights and social protection.

Costing and Financing

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