Cost-effectiveness of community-based practitioner programmes in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Kenya
Barbara McPake, Ljeoma Edoka, Sophie Witter, Karina Kielmann, Miriam Taegtmeyer, Marjolein Dieleman, Kelsey Vaughan, Elvis Gama, Maryse Kok, Daniel Datiko, Lillian Otiso, Rukhsana Ahmed, Neil Squires, Chutima Suraratdecha, Giorgio Cometto
Bulletin of the World Health Organization | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | Published : 2015
OBJECTIVE: To assess the cost-effectiveness of community-based practitioner programmes in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Kenya. METHODS: Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios for the three programmes were estimated from a government perspective. Cost data were collected for 2012. Life years gained were estimated based on coverage of reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health services. For Ethiopia and Kenya, estimates of coverage before and after the implementation of the programme were obtained from empirical studies. For Indonesia, coverage of health service interventions was estimated from routine data. We used the Lives Saved Tool to estimate the number of lives saved from changes in rep..View full abstract
The United Kingdom's Department for International Development. The REACHOUT programme is funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme.