Structural indicators in Family Planning
PBF for Family Planning Services Working Group
Localisation actuelle
Global - International
Période d'activité du projet
01/11 - 31/12/2017
Volume horaire attendu
1 hour per week
Langues de travail
Activité récente
Nombre de postes disponibles
0 sur 8


This project is a spin-off of the international meeting organized in Antwerp on September 14-15. The starting point of the Antwerp meeting was the recognition that indicators currently used by Performance Based Financing (PBF) programs need to be revised. Updating these indicators will lead to greater benefits for the hundred thousands of family planning users in PBF programs. The fifty participants of the meeting identified six priority dimensions on which PBF systems should focus, as for family planning services: client experience, outcomes, staff technical knowledge, structural indicators, patient rights and equity. We look for experts willing to finalize indicators for each of these six dimensions.

This activity specifically relates to the ‘structural indicators’ dimension. By ‘structural indicators’, we refer to the inputs, equipments and infrastructure required to deliver quality family planning services.


As a member of this team, you will be expected to finalize a list of recommendations and propose up to 7 structural indicators. Among other tasks, you will have to: 

  • Read some documents and scientific literature 
  • Complete the template provided by coordination team of the working group  
  • Co-author recommendations  
  • Give feedback to the coordination team on the template  
  • Contribute to the dissemination of the outcome of this work.


This subgroup will be facilitated by  Tamara Goldschmidt and X. They are looking for experts and scholars familiar with PBF interventions or family planning services. They aim for a group of 8 experts maximum. Having participated to the Antwerp meeting is an asset.

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Domaines d'expertise désirés

Performance Based Financing
Family planning
Medicines & consumables
Quality of care