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Analytical summary - Health financing system

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Per capita total expenditure on health (PPP int. $) in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
Per capita total expenditure on health PPP int$ in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

Total expenditure on health as percent of GDP[1] in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
Total expenditure on health as percent of GDP in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

General government expenditure on health as % of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
General government expenditure on health as percentage of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

General government expenditure on health as % of total government expenditure in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
General government expenditure on health as percentage of total government expenditure in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

External resources for health as percent of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
External resources for health as percent of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

Private expenditure on health as percent of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
Private expenditure on health as percent of total expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

Out-of-Pocket expenditure[2] as % of private expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
Out-of-Pocket expenditure as percentage of private expenditure on health in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG

Per capita government expenditure on health (PPP int.$) in Lesotho and neighboring countries, 2007 and 2000
Per capita government expenditure on health PPP int$ in Lesotho and neighboring countries 2007 and 2000.JPG




  1. Gross domestic product (GDP) is the value of all goods and services provided in a countries by residents and non-residents. This corresponds to the total sum of expenditure (consumption and investment) of the private and government agents of the economy during the reference year.
  2. Household out-of-pocket spending (OOPS): the direct outlays of households, including gratuities and in-kind payments made to health practitioners and to suppliers of pharmaceuticals, therapeutic appliances and other goods and services. This includes household direct payments to public and private providers of health care services,non-profit institutions, and non-reimbursable cost sharing, such as deductibles, copayments and fee for services