Mozambique: Piloting Results-Based Financing in a Central Medical Store

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Mozambique: Piloting Results-Based Financing in a Central Medical Store
Publication Date: 10/06/2015

In a new article on the RBFHealth blog, Brian Serumaga, supply chain technical advisor with the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, discusses the role of the central medical store in strengthening the performance of health supply chains, as well as the findings of a recent results-based financing pilot in Mozambique. 

Results from the pilot showed a gradual improvement for five indicators related to planning, distribution, and warehouse management. The intervention, which was initiated by USAID/Mozambique, was jointly designed by the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT and HS2020, predecessor to the Health Finance and Governance Project.

The RBFHealth blog, hosted by the World Bank, reaches global health practitioners engaged in developing and testing new approaches to health care financing to improve quality of care and access to health services in developing countries.

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