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Cameroon: Incentivizing Health Facilities to Improve Maternal and Child Health Care

Cameroon’s Northwest region has some of the worst health and poverty outcomes in the country. Since 2011, with financing from the Government, IDA – the World Bank’s Fund for the poorest countries, and others, Cameroon has been improving those outcomes with a program called Performance-Based Financing (PBF). Building on that work, in 2017, with the support of the Global Financing Facility (GFF), Cameroon through close collaboration and coordination among the government, partners and civil society, will scale-up high impact interventions such as PBF to the regions identified as the priority in the national Investment Case.

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Mariam

Submitted 11:06 am, July 11, 2018

good job

Ki

Submitted 5:23 am, June 14, 2018

Interesting!

Peter

Submitted 3:28 am, March 24, 2018

This is a good intervention from the world bank

Dr. Illakkuvan

Submitted 4:08 am, February 26, 2018

Cameroon: Incentivizing Health Facilities to Improve Maternal and Child Health Care=Marvelous Plan!!

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 12:07 pm, January 31, 2018

interesting!

EBRAHIM

Submitted 12:25 am, January 6, 2018

Great

Janath

Submitted 2:52 am, December 22, 2017

Though Cameroon is poor in health, rich in natural environment coverage

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