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Building High-Quality Health Systems to Improve Nutrition Services for Women and Children: Policy and Implementation Considerations

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2022-08
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2022-08
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A high-quality health systems approach that integrates nutrition is vital to accelerate progress in nutrition and meet the sustainable development goals by 2030.High-quality health systems for nutrition include integrated service provision and supplies, performance monitoring, strategic purchasing, and functioning referral services. Underpinning these components are political leadership and commitment, well-defined quality metrics and quality and timely nutrition data, and an accountability system that nurtures demand for quality services, among others. Several World Bank and Global Financing Facility (GFF) - co-financed projects are investing in building high-quality health system foundations to improve the quality of nutrition services and can serve as examples for improving quality of nutrition care.
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Holschneider, Silvia; Subandoro, Ali Winoto; Ruel-Bergeron, Julie; Elder, Leslie. 2022. Building High-Quality Health Systems to Improve Nutrition Services for Women and Children: Policy and Implementation Considerations. HNP Knowledge Brief;. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/38059 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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