Health Priority Setting: A Practitioner’s Handbook

February 27, 2020

Regardless of their country’s income level, decision-makers are forced to choose where and how best to spend their health budgets.

Health Priority Setting: A Practitioner’s Handbook provides practical guidance for low-and middle-income countries on how to use data and evidence when allocating resources in the health sector to help achieve their health priorities.

Co-produced by the JLN’s Efficiency collaborative, this handbook packages the experiences and expertise from 11 JLN member countries, including Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Vietnam.