Cambodia’s health system is in a period of transition as policy innovation and reform began in 1996. Importantly, the Ministry of Health (MoH) and donor agencies have undergone a series of policy shifts in an attempt to strengthen the health system in order to provide equitable access to health care for the population. This paper will describe the health system’s governance, financing and service delivery functions in regards to their current situation and recent innovations that aim to improve equitable access to services for the population.
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