National Health Planning Cycles

Overview and Context

National Health Policy Strategy Plan

National Health Reform Strategy 2015-2020

National Health Policy Strategy Plan Priorities

  • Improve the health of the population (increase life expectancy, decrease morbidity and mortality
    Communicable Diseases
    NCDs and Mental Health
  • Better financial protection, so that no one citizen will be impoverished because of illness, or denied necessary medical care because they cannot afford it
    Health Financing
  • Health systems are prepared for and able to respond to crises
    Emergency, Preparedness and Response

Annual Health Sector Review


Income group:


Fiscal Start Date

January 1

Legal and Political systems

  • Political cycle:Executive branch: : election last held on 25 May 2014 (next to be held in 2019); prime minister nominated by the president, confirmed by the Verkhovna Rada
  • Political cycle:Legislative branch:last election held on 26 October 2014 (next to be held fall of 2019)
  • Legal System: Civil Law

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Public Repository Docs

Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

National Health Policy Strategy and Plan
WHO Country Cooperation Strategy
National Development Plan
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization
Malaria Plan
Tuberculosis Plan
Ageing and Health Plan
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan
Reproductive Health Plan
Maternal Health Plan
Newborn and Child Health Plan
Human Resources for Health Plan
Gavi Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support
Global Fund Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH)

Partners in Country [+]

Endorsement of global compact for progress towards universal health coverage

Not UHC2030 member

UHC2030 joint vision progress


Pooled funding and or SWAP


UNDAF rollout cycles


UHC Partnership for policy dialogue


PEPFAR focus countries


World Bank*

Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) builds on an analysis of Ukraine's key development challenges. To sustain growth into the future specifically Ukraine will need to address three key challenges: (i) the improvement in competitiveness (ii) the reform of public finance and the public sector to improve service delivery and make growth socially inclusive and (iii) tackling weaknesses in governance. In response to these challenges the CPS proposes a two-pillar framework of support. The first pillar will aim to improve Ukraine's competitiveness through investments in public sector infrastructure (in particular transport and energy efficiency) advisory services and advocacy work to improve the business climate technical assistance and access to credit lines to strengthen the financial sector and global knowledge sharing to promote innovation and technology adoption as well as to ensure that Ukraine benefits from the framework for international carbon trading and makes a contribution to emission reductions. The second pillar will seek to improve public services by targeting greater efficiency in spending and using improvements in public sector financial management as an entry point into public sector reforms more generally.

European Commission*

European Commission assistance to Ukraine mainly takes the form of Annual Action Programmes under the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI). Other funding sources are the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC) or the thematic assistance programmes concentrating for example on human rights or civil society. National indicative programme 2007-2010

Costing and Financing

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