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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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DR. YOGENDRA NATH

- Aug 7, 2021
Great.

Mohammad Nadir

- Jul 23, 2021
Excellent!

jose luis

- Jun 28, 2021
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MOHAMMAD

- Jan 24, 2021
Great !

Anvar

- Mar 23, 2020
Interesting!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Dec 2, 2019
Incentivizing Health Facilities to Improve Maternal and Child Health Care in Cameroon.

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 29, 2019
Results-based approach to improve quantity and quality of health services. The performance-based financing (PBF) approach has also motivated health worker performance

Vedat

- Sep 13, 2019
Cameroon: Incentivizing Health Facilities to Improve Maternal and Child Health Care

Monir

- Apr 5, 2019
This type of interventions also known as CFS ( Cash for Services ) or Cash for Social Services, it is one of the successful interventions

Arifin

- Mar 30, 2019
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