Nepal Health System Support Programme 3 (NHSSP 3) – Value for Money analysis

Nepal

The Project

Options has been supporting the Government of Nepal (GoN) to improve its health services, for over 20 years. GoN has been committed to improving the health status of its citizens and made impressive gains despite conflict and other difficulties. The Ministry of Health is currently implementing the Nepal Health System Strategy (NHSS) 2015-2020. Between May 2017 and December 2020, a consortium led by Options, with HERD, OPM, and Miyamoto will be supporting the implementation of this strategy, through the Nepal Health System Support Programme 3 (NHSSP 3), funded by DFID.

LAMP developed a flexible and responsive VfM framework which will both demonstrate and improve VfM of the programme.

Highlights

  • Developed a flexible and responsive VfM framework aligned with project processes
  • Included metrics for Equity
  • Conducted rapid VFM assessment to capture £190k savings made during inception phase

Client Testimonial

Communication style, interaction with partners, response timeliness are all excellent.

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