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Brief 2: Facilitators and Barriers of Implementation: Evaluation of Malawi’s Support For Service Delivery Integration PBI Intervention

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Saturday, April 1, 2022
The SSDI-PBI program aims to increase access, utilization, and quality of essential health services by linking rewards to service utilization and quality indicators across a range of conditions and services. Implemented by the Ministry of Health with funding from USAID and technical support from Jhpiego and Abt Associates, the program operates in 17 facilities across Chitipa, Nkhotakota, and Mangochi districts. SSDI-PBI entailed rewards paid to facilities and destined exclusively for facility improvements, and the procurement of goods and equipment via implementers rather than facilities directly.
 
This series of briefs is meant to serve as a resource for decision makers as they craft performance-based financing programs and policies in Malawi and similar settings. The briefs stem from a 1-year evaluation led by Heidelberg University in Germany and the College of Medicine in Malawi. While the design SSDI-PBI began in 2012 and will be implemented through September 2016, data for the evaluation represents the period up to and including December 2015.
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