A. Health Leadership and Governance 

According to WHO’s framework for assessing the health system governance (WHO/ EMRO, 2012), the analytical framework is based ...

B. Primary Health Care

Access to primary health care services is still a serious challenge in many OIC countries due to inadequate or lack of health infrastructure ...

C. Health Financing

Health financing is a critical component of health care systems. Globally, health care is financed by a mixture of tax-based financing ...

D. Health Information Systems

Reinforcing health information systems, including civil registration, risk factor and morbidity monitoring and health system ...

E. Health Workforce

Many OIC countries are still facing considerable challenges with respect to quantity, diversity and competency of the health workforce. Out ...

F. Organization of Health Service Delivery

According to WHO, health services are the most visible part of any health system both to users and to the general public. Health services ...

G. Acces to Essential Technologies and Medicines

In the OIC countries, for which the relevant data are available, the median availability of selected generic medicines for public health ...

H. Equity, Transparency and Accountability 

According to the WHO definition, equity is the absence of avoidable or remediable differences among groups of people, whether those ...

I. Health Security and International Health Regulations (IHR) 

Many OIC countries face complex emergencies and most health systems are not well-prepared to respond to these situations. Shortcomings ...

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