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THE KOSOVO CASE STUDY

An effective comprehensive response to health system strengthening in crisis-affected fragile states demands coherent action by all participating actors. Coordinating the desired outcomes and the actions of the humanitarian, development, and security communities required to meet them is a particularly complex challenge. A team from NATO's Joint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre and Harvard Medical School is engaged in a project whose overarching aim is to infer elements of a strategic framework for health system strengthening in crisis-affected fragile states, focusing on the optimal use of all global contributions. The approach adopted by the team to meet this aim relies predominantly on research using four case studies (Haiti, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Libya). This report details the results of the Kosovo case study.


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