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Mozambique Country Case Study on Quality of Care in Performance-Based Incentives Programs

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Thursday, May 26, 2022

As part of a global review of quality of care in PBI programs,
the USAID|Translating Research into Action (TRAction)
Project and ThinkWell have produced a series of five case
studies examining how and to what extent quality has been
incentivized within PBI programs in the Democratic Republic
of the Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Senegal.
The subject of this case study is a Performance-Based
Financing (PBF) pilot program in Mozambique, funded by
the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
and implemented by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS
Foundation (EGPAF). This program is the largest and longest-
running PBF program in Mozambique and is one of the only
PBF programs globally with a clinical focus on HIV/AIDS and
tuberculosis outcomes. Data for this case study was gathered
through document reviews and in-depth interviews with 3 PBF
field coordinators, 2 verifiers from the Provincial Directorates
of Health (DPS), 1 rural hospital provider, and 1 rural health
center provider in Nampula and Gaza provinces.

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Mozambique

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