Recommendations from the Regional Advisory and Regional Expert Group
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• The duration of the project is short to achieve substantial policy changes.To achieve substantial changes, an extension of the project would be necessary.
• Consultancies should be conducted at national level by national consultants who have better access to information and key actors.
• The planned process of developing policies and legal framework should be inverted and thus start at country level and then use the country experiences to develop a regional policy model and guidelines.
• Prior to develop a policy and legal framework at country level, the regional group of experts would define gold standards human right principles, serving as benchmarks for all participating countries.
• the planned short term consultancies on costing of services is not needed, as information on prices is already available in each country and will be availed. A feasibility study on different health financing mechanisms will be conducted in the countries.
Component 3 & 4
• The mapping of migrants and of organizations dealing with migrants planned in component 3 will be combined with the mapping of services envisioned in component 4.
• As IEC material should consider culture and ethnicity of migrants, it should ideally be developed by migrants for migrants.
- Gary Asperas Health Policy & Finance Manager
Gary Asperas Health Policy & Finance Manager
- Regional Expert Group Hyatt Regncy Trinidad and Tobago
Regional Expert Group Hyatt Regncy Trinidad and Tobago