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Results-Based Financing in Malawi - Brief 4: Insights on Respectful Maternal Care in the Context of the RBF4MNH Initiative

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Monday, August 1, 2016
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This brief, jointly developed by TRAction and the University of Heidelberg, highlights findings related to RMC that emerged from an evaluation of the RBF4MNH initiative in Malawi. While the Initiative was not designed to explicitly address respectful care, the evaluation uncovered several facets of disrespect and abuse, particularly just before, during and following childbirth. All RBF4MNH facilities were required to conduct monthly exit interviews with at least 10 women that assessed patient satisfaction, provider attitudes, and facility readiness. Facilities were to develop action plans to address the concerns raised by women.

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