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Resource: Approaches to Incentivizing Quality of Care in Low- and Middle Income Countries

Approaches to Incentivizing Quality of Care in Low- and Middle Income Countries

June 2012
Results Based Management | Performance Based Incentives for Quality of Care
This presentation was given by Alex Ergo, PhD from Broad Branch Associates at the TRAction-hosted June 2012 Consultative Meeting on Performance-Based Incentives and Quality of Maternal-Newborn Health Care in Low-Resource Settings.Ergo, A. TRAction Project Meeting. USAID Translating Research into Action Project; Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP), 25 June 2012. 
Resource: Biomass Smoke Exposure and Acute Lower Respiratory Infections Among Guatemalan Children

Biomass Smoke Exposure and Acute Lower Respiratory Infections Among Guatemalan Children

September 2007
Environmental Health & Safety | Household Air Pollution
McCracken, J., et al.  Epidemiology 18.5(2007):S185. 
Cover of Carrots or Sticks? Health Workers' Perspectives on Performance-Based Incentives: Findings from a Mixed-Methods Study in Malawi

Carrots or Sticks? Health Workers' Perspectives on Performance-Based Incentives: Findings from a Mixed-Methods Study in Malawi

October 2015
On October 21, 2015, Julia Lohman of the Institute of Public Health at the University of Heidelberg gave this presentation at the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference in Mexico City. 
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Casas Maternas in the Rural Highlands of Guatemala: A Case Study of Their Introduction, Utilization and Equity of Utilization by Indigenous Population

April 2016
Access to Skilled Care | Equitable Healthcare Access
This presentation was prepared by Curamericas Guatemala.  It is a summary of TRAction-funded research related to Equitable Access to Healthcare. The purpose of the research was to examine whether the Casa Materna has contributed to increasing institutional deliveries in the 32 communities in the municipality of San Sebastián Coatán.
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Community Based Approach to Improve Deliveries at Health Facilities: a Case Study of the BOMA Model

April 2016
Access to Skilled Care | Equitable Healthcare Access
This presentation was prepared by AMREF Kenya. It is a summary of their findings from the TRAction-funded projects related to Equitable Healthcare Access.  The purpose of the research was to determine the factors that influence the utilisation of facility delivery among women in Entasopia community of Magadi District, Kajiado County in Kenya.

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