Programmatic Implications of a Cost Study of Home-based Care Programs in South Africa

Publish Year : 2005
Publisher : Population Council
Author Name : R. Homan, C. Searle, E. Esu-Williams, M. Aguirre, S. Mafata, F. Meidany, C. Oosthuizen, L. Towel
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In 2004, the Horizons Program undertook a study of six different home-based care programs to provide key information to NGOs, government ministries, donors, and the programs themselves to inform decisions about service delivery. The study analyzed the cost of Home-Based Care services, the best use of resources, and how well programs are able to meet the needs of beneficiaries and their families.

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