By Emanuele Capobianco, Veni Naidu
This examine reports relief flows to the well-being region in Somalia over the interval 2000-2006. In shut collaboration with the wellbeing and fitness area Committee of the Coordination of foreign aid to Somalis the authors amassed quantitative and qualitative info from twenty-six overseas enterprises working in Somalia, together with bilateral and multilateral donors. The paper reaches 3 major conclusions. First, reduction financing to the well-being zone in Somalia has been continuously becoming, achieving US$ 7-10 in line with capita in 2006. even supposing this can be a substantial volume in comparison to different fragile states, it will probably nonetheless be inadequate to deal with the inhabitants s wishes and to satisfy the excessive operational bills to paintings in Somalia. Secondly, contributions to the well-being quarter may perhaps and may be extra strategic. the focal point on a few vertical courses (e.g. HIV/AIDS and malaria) turns out to have diverted recognition clear of different vital courses (e.g. immunization and reproductive future health) and from uncomplicated future health process wishes (infrastructure, human assets, etc.). The 3rd end is that extra analytical paintings on well-being financing is required to force coverage judgements in Somalia. equally to different fragile states, caliber info on health and wellbeing zone financing is scanty, hence affecting the coverage making strategy negatively.
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0 20,1 23,3 21,3 30,3 24,4 27,1 25,5 40,5 32,0 46,3 40,7 62,2 53,6 14 9 24 6 26 14 16 Source: Authors’ calculations. funding for local and international NGOs. 2. Health Sector Aid by Disease/Program The reader is reminded that the analysis of aid by diseases, by zone and by activity is based on the expenditure by recipient/implementing agencies. These are lower than the total donor contributions, which are used in the analysis for the total health sector aid financing to Somalia (see Table 8). During the period 2000–06, health sector financing in Somalia progressively shifted from horizontal to vertical programs.
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 A Review of Health Sector Aid Financing to Somalia 23 Table 6. 0 1% 28% –12% 37% 18% 38% Source: Authors’ calculations. terms, keeping the rate of exchange constant using 2000 as the base year, the increase in financing between 2000 and 2006 is almost three fold (see Table 6). The totals reported (see Table 6) are conservative estimates of the total aid provided to the health sector in Somalia. DFID contributions for the year 2006 and ICRC disbursements for the period 2000–03 could not be obtained and are therefore not included.
5 million/year for the period 2000 to 2004). In 2005 and 2006 a six fold increase in funding (US$3 million/year) was allocated mostly through GFATM contributions. ), such a sharp increase in financing may be questionable. ■ The HIV and malaria programs received approximately US$6 million each during 2006. However, it is difficult to draw conclusions on the adequacy of funding for the two programs. This is mostly due to i) lack of precise estimates on the burden of disease; and ii) lack of reliable outcome indicators that would allow for tracking the effectiveness of activities implemented.