The OneHealth Tool is a model to be used for supporting national strategic health planning in low- and middle-income countries. The tool facilitates an assessment of resource needs associated with key strategic activities and their associated costs, with a focus on integrated planning and strengthening health systems.
This model seeks to leverage the most useful components of the different tools that currently exist and is designed in a modular fashion allowing for program specific costing as well as health system component costing. The development of the tool is overseen by an inter-agency group consisting of experts from UN agencies and development institutions (the IAWG-Costing).
More information on the OneHealth Tool, its sponsors and governance structure can be found at the following links:
Detailed instructions on how to use the software. Also includes sections on data sources, interpreting and using the results, a tutorial, and a description of the methodology.Select Language: