Tag Archives: Results-based Financing

Strategic Purchasing to Support Voluntarism, Informed Choice, Quality and Accountability in Family Planning: Lessons from Results-Based Financing

Resource Type: Report Authors: Rena Eichler, Jenna Wright, Ben Bellows, Marie Cole, Victoria Boydell and Karen Hardee. Published: September 2018 Resource Description: The past 20 years have seen unprecedented financial commitment to family planning (FP) among governments of low- and middle-income countries and the donors that support them. However, mobilizing government and external resources is […]


Providing Guidance on Governing for Quality in Health Care

Improving the quality of patient-centered health services is paramount to delivering on the promise of universal health coverage (UHC). While countries seek to expand access to affordable care, working towards the goal of UHC, we need to provide greater attention to ensuring quality care. In a survey of over 100 government officials from nine Joint Learning Network (JLN) member […]

Governing for Quality Health Care

Improving the quality of patient-centered health services is at the heart of delivering on the promise of universal health coverage (UHC) and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The WHO’s Framework on integrated people-centered health services  frames five strategies to achieve quality people-centered care, including creating an enabling environment that strives for quality improvement and […]

Mobile money options to facilitate payment of incentives in Senegal’s RBF program: An assessment of opportunities, barriers, and solutions

USAID promotes the use of electronic payment services as a means for improving access to financial services for “unbanked” populations and increasing accountability and transparency for financial flows in public sector programs. Widespread diffusion of digital payments also can introduce more advanced services including savings, credit, and insurance. Results-Based Financing (RBF) interventions link incentive payments […]

Use of Incentives in Health Supply Chains: A Review of Results-Based Financing in Mozambique’s Central Medical Store

Supply chains are the foundation of any health system. For health supply chains to work—for the right goods to be received and delivered in the right quantities, in good condition, to the right place, at the right time, for the right cost—countless actors working in different locations with different responsibilities need

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