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Social protection in health for women, newborn, and child populations in LAC:
lessons learned to prompt the way forward



Tegucigalpa, Honduras
November 8-10, 2006

Forum Documents

Regional Forum Agenda

- Keynote Address
Eduardo Levcovitz, Chief, Health Policies & Systems Development, PAHO/WHO, WDC

- Overview of the Structure and Goals of the Regional Forum
Priscilla Rivas-Loría, Health Sector Reform Regional Advisor, Health Policies & Systems Development, PAHO/WHO, WDC

- Background paper
Social Protection in Health Schemes for Mother and Child Populations: Lessons Learned from the Latin American Region

- Moving Towards Universal Social Protection in Health
Daniel Titelman, Chief, Development Studies Unit, CEPAL, Chile


Panels

Panel 1: Women, Newborn and Child Health: Social Protection in Health and the Goals of the Millennium Declaration
- Social Protection in Health
Horacio Toro, Representative, PAHO/WHO, Brazil

- Women, Newborn and Child Health
Elsa Gomez, Regional Advisor, Gender, Ethnicity and Health Unit, PAHO/WHO, Washington, D.C

- Social Protection in Health
Oscar Viscarra, National Programme Officer, UNFPA, Bolivia

Panel 2: Health Systems Strengthening Challenges to Expand Social Protection in Health
- Social Protection in Health Framework
Maria Cecilia Acuña, Program Manager, Health Policies and Systems Unit, PAHO/WHO, Washington, D.C.

- Steering Role
Priscilla Rivas-Loría, Health Sector Reform Regional Advisor, Health Policies & Systems Development, PAHO/WHO, WDC

- Health Services Provision
José Ruales-Estupiñan, Regional Advisor in Health Systems, Health Policies and Systems Unit, PAHO/WHO, Washington, D.C.

Panel 3: Experiences in Expanding Social Protection in Health: Strategies Based on Targeted Interventions/Populations
- Family Allowance Program (PRAF), Honduras
Franklin Hernández, PRAF, Honduras

- Health, Nutrition and Education Program (Oportunidades), México
José Edmundo Urquieta, National Institute of Public Health, México

Panel 4: Experiences in Expanding Social Protection in Health: Publicly Funded Insurance Schemes
- Universal Mother & Child Health Insurance – SUMI, Bolivia
Margarita Flores, Chief, Public Insurance Unit, Ministry of Health and Sports, Bolivia

- Free Maternity Law, Ecuador
Ninfa León, Director, Free Maternity Services Program, Ecuador

- Integral Health Insurance, Peru
Johnny Morzán Delgado, Manager, Integral Health Insurance, Peru

Panel 5: Experiences in Expanding Social Protection in Health: Health Systems Strengthening Strategies
- Mother & Child Health Protection Policy, Chile
René Castro, Program Coordinator for Maternal Health, Ministry of Health, Chile

- The Family Health Program, Brazil
Luis Fernando Rolim Sampaio, Director, Basic Health Care Department, Ministry of Health, Brazil


Working Groups

Working Group 1
Health strengthening challenges to expand social protection in health and to achieve the health related MDGs

- Team 1
- Team 2
- Team 3
- Team 4
- Team 5
- Team 6
- Team 7
- Team 8
- Team 9

Working Group 2
Lessons learned in social protection in health

- Team 1
- Team 2
- Team 3
- Team 4
- Team 5
- Team 6
- Team 7
- Team 8
- Team 9

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