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Results-Based Financing in Malawi - Brief 1: The Effect of RBF4MNH on Health Service Utilization and Health-Seeking Behavior

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Monday, August 1, 2016
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This brief was jointly developed by TRAction and the University of Heidelberg as the first of a five brief series. It summarizes the effect of the RBF4MNH Initiative on two of its primary aims:
1. To increase utilization of health services that were directly targeted (including delivery and early neonatal care), and
2. To increase quality health services that were directly targeted (including delivery and early neonatal care).

This brief also aims to provide insights into how the RBF4MNH program affected care-seeking patterns and duration of stay following childbirth across facilities in the participating districts. In addition to incentives for healthcare workers, RBF4MNH included cash incentives for pregnant women, conditional upon seeking a facility-based delivery.
 

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Malawi

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