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    Policy Options for Curative Care Services Delivery and Non-communicable diseases in Sri Lanka: Assessment of health sector capacity

     
    Project ID: NC-004 Status: Completed

    As part of a regional World Bank study of South Asia under the title “Responding to Non-communicable Diseases in South Asia: A Framework for Developing Regional and Country Policy,”, the IHP team led by Dr Shanti Dalpatadu, Senior Fellow, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of Sri Lanka, examined the current policies and organizational capacity in Sri Lanka for responding to the NCD epidemic. As part of the study, a systematic review of the organizational and legislative structures was undertaken, as well as focus group discussions with actors at all levels in the healthcare system.

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     Project at a glance  Project team
    Start Date: Mar 2009
    End Date: Nov 2009
    Themes: Non-Communicable Disease, Capacity building, Health planning
    Sponsor(s): World Bank
    Client: World Bank
    IHP Staff: KCS Dalpatadu, R Elwalagedera, A Obris
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     Location  Further information
    Region: Sri Lanka
    Country(s): Sri Lanka
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    More details: Curative Care Services Delivery and Non-communicable diseases in Sri Lanka: Assessment of burden, ut
    Related IHP research: World Bank Sri Lanka Ageing Study


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