Abstract The way a country finances its health care system is a key determinant of the health of its citizenry. Selection of an adequate and efficient method s of financing in addition to organizational delivery structure for health services is essential if a country is set to achieve its national health objective of providing health for all. Health care in Nigeria is financed by tax revenue, out-of-pocket payments, donor funding, and health insurance social and community.
History[ edit ] It was originally set up by Decree No 12 of as the National Planning Commission and later amended by Act 71 of The core responsibility of the commission is the formulation of medium term and long term economic and development plans for the nation. History[ edit ] The National Planning Commission was originally established by Decree No 12 of and later amended by Act 71 of The Commission has the mandate to determine and advise the Government of the Federation on matters relating to National Development and overall management of the national economy.
The detailed objectives, functions, powers and structure of the Commission are outlined under sections 2, 3 and 5 of the Establishment Act.
Transformation Agenda[ edit ] The Transformation Agenda is a medium term development strategy to speed up the actualization of the NV It is a framework for the actualization of the Federal Government's economic growth agenda during The Agenda is anchored on the pillars and targets of the NV The four areas of focus of the Transformation Agenda are governance, human capital development, infrastructure and real sector.
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The 1st NIP is the period and it aims to bridge the infrastructural gap in the country, optimize the sources of economic growth to increase productivity and competitivenessdevelop a knowledge-based economy to deepen the technology base of the country, improve governance, security law and order, and foster accelerated, sustainable social and economic development in a competitive business environment.
The private sector will invest the remaining N13 trillion. The three Pillars of the NV In addition to the first perspective plan Visionseveral strategic planning efforts have been undertaken by the Federal Government in recent years.
NEEDS is not just a plan on paper, it is a plan on the ground and founded on a clear vision, sound values, and enduring principles. Subsequently, technical assistance was offered to all state to support the development of their SEEDS by teams of consultants with relevant expertise.
Benefits to Selected States The Federal Government, together with a number of donors are committed to provide project matching grants to those States that perform well in the exercise. Possible debt relief is to be made available to states that perform well in the exercise. Increase Donor presence is also one of the benefit for performing well in the exercise.
The Federal Government, together with donor partners are also committed to give capacity support to States that perform well in the exercise. Specifically, the Centre pursues one of its roles of capacity building by:NIGERIA, KOREA COMMITTED TO ACHIEVING ECONOMIC GROWTH Economic Summit to focus on making Governance and Institutions work Budget and National Planning Ministry reiterates need for states to domesticate ERGP initiatives in their plan.
The development in the nigeria's agricultural sector from to Government reforms in the agricultural sector from to Contributions of the nigerian agricultural sector to the Nigeria's GDP and GNP from to The Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning is one of the Federal Ministries of Nigeria.
Although it depends heavily on the oil industry for its budgetary revenues, Nigeria is predominantly still an agricultural society. Approximately 70 percent of the population engages in agricultural production at a subsistence level.
Antimicrobial resistance is not a new problem but one that is becoming more dangerous; urgent and consolidated efforts are needed to avoid regressing to the pre-antibiotic era.
For World Health Day , WHO introduced a six-point policy package to combat the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
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