Flash consultation: PBF in fragile states
Help the ReBUILD team to gather documents for a review
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International
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Project Work Period
17/03 - 31/03/2017
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Expected Time Commitment
1 hour per week
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Working Languages
English & French
Recent Activity
about 2 years ago
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89 out of 100

THE CHALLENGE

The ReBUILD research consortium (https://rebuildconsortium.com/) is working on a literature review to understand the specificity of PBF schemes in fragile and conflict affected states (FCAS) and how the broader context can influence PBF introduction, design and implementation, and its effects on the health system. With this review, we aim to generate hypotheses which will be later tested in field work in selected countries. We are now looking for documents and reports of PBF schemes (both in FCAS and non-FCAS) which describe, even briefly, the specific reasons why the PBF scheme was introduced, its objectives and the challenges it specifically aims/aimed to address, and the context in which it is introduced.

Documents could include, for example, Implementation Manuals or Procedure Manuals, Project Documents, interim reports on implementation, but also working papers, internal analysis, etc.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION

It is very easy to participate to this project:  simply share with us (switter@qmu.ac.uk, jb.falisse@ed.ac.uk, mpbertone@yahoo.com) any documents that you may have which addresses the questions above: the reasons why PBF was introduced in your country (or the setting you’re familiar with), its objectives and the challenges it specifically aims/aimed to address, and the context in which it is introduced.

THE DREAM TEAM

Anyone with Performance-Based Financing knowledge and expertise, who is familiar with one or more PBF schemes and holds relevant information. We would appreciate if you could reach out to us before March 31, 2017.

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