Driving sustainability and national ownership of sexual reproductive health programmes through supportive legal, financial and policy frameworks
Active in:Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar , Malawi, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
Results-based financing initiative using performance-based and demand-side financing approaches to improve the health of mothers and newborns
Wednesday, 30 Jun 2021We have been working with governments in seven countries across Asia and Africa to ensure they prioritise access to sexual and reproductive and family planning services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Download the brief to find out more.
Monday, 1 Feb 2021After decades of record investments in global health in lower income countries, donors have started to look for exit strategies. These three lessons can support governments to become self-sufficient in financing their health goals.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020Catholic Sisters in Malawi have used money raised through our results-based financing programme to build a new maternity waiting shelter to “uphold the dignity of expectant mothers”.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020Small grants given to community-based health groups in Malawi have led to significant improvements in local health facilities and a strong social return on investment in just six months.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020We’re working in Malawi to support the Results-based Financing for Maternal and Newborn Health Initiative. Programme results have influenced the Ministry of Health to consider incorporating PBF, including RBF and other similar approaches, into its policy and strategy frameworks of the health sector.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020Our recent event in Lilongwe identified the need to strengthen accountability at all levels to help meet the challenges facing quality health service delivery in Malawi.