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Humanitarian settings in Northern Nigeria, Central Africa Republic, and South Kivu in the DRC provides the backdrop for a comparative case study that examines how Performance Based Financing has been adopted, implemented and iteratively adapted to respond to acute crisis, deal with other humanitarian actors and involve local communities. The article develops an analytical framework to identify nodes and drivers of adaptations and facilitating organizational elements that may sustain Performance Based Financing programs.

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