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Project | Jan - Dec 2003
The main objectives of the evaluation were to (a) assess the relevance, effectiveness and impact of Danish development assistance administered ...
aid, NGOs, partnership, Africa: Kenya, Zambia., Asia: Nepal
CMI Brief | Apr 2016
In the 2014 elections in Malawi, the incumbent female president Joyce Banda lost the presidency, and the number of women MPs was reduced from ...
voting, election, gender, Malawi
Going beyond impact evaluation: Performance-Based Financing of Health Care Provision in Low-Income Countries
Event | 13 Jun 2013
The workshop made real progress in the dialogue between researchers, practitioners and policy makers. The priorities for research were made clearer. Read reports and summaries from the participants.
Rewarding Safe Motherhood: How can Performance-Based Funding Reduce Maternal and Newborn Mortality in Tanzania?
CMI Report | Jan 2007
Performance-based funding has been proposed as one mechanism to speed up the implementation of interventions for reduced maternal and newborn ...
Health sector, Maternal mortality, Child mortality, Economic aspects, Tanzania
In Tanzania, The Many Costs Of Pay-For-Performance Leave Open To Debate Whether The Strategy Is Cost-Effective
Journal Article | Mar 2015
Pay-for-performance programs in health care are widespread in low- and middle-income countries. However, there are no studies of these programs’ ...
Journal Article | Jul 2016
Seeking to expand the domain of the political beyond normative understandings of the state, the articles in this special edition examine the ...
Performance, governance, religion, militia, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Southeast Asia
Who benefits from increased service utilisation? Examining the distributional effects of payment for performance in Tanzania
Journal Article | Jan 2018
Payment for performance (P4P) strategies, which provide financial incentives to health workers and/or facilities for reaching pre-defined performance ...
Pay for performance, Tanzania
News | 30 May 2014
In an effort to improve maternal and child health, Tanzanian authorities implemented a pay for performance (P4P) scheme in 2009. The more women the health workers convinced to give birth at health facilities, the bigger bonus they would get. The number of women giving birth at health facilities did increase, but the new scheme also had adverse effects.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1998
The author has spent close to ten years as advisor to planning organisations in four developing countries: Pakistan, Kenya, the Sudan and Bangladesh. ...
U4 Issue | Mar 2012
Corruption indicators have been used in budget support Performance Assessment Frameworks (PAFs) for a variety of purposes, including to control ...
Performance Assessment Framework (PAF), General Budget Support (GBS), , Corruption, Anti-corruption, Indicator Measurement, Monitoring, Evaluation, evaluation measurement
When incentives work too well: Locally implemented Pay for Performance (P4P) and adverse sanctions towards home birth in Tanzania - a qualitative study
Journal Article | Jan 2014
Background: Despite limited evidence of its effectiveness,performance-based payments (P4P) are seen by leading policymakers as a potential solution ...
P4P, pay for performance, incentives, health, motivation, Tanzania
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Payment for Performance (P4P) aims to improve provider motivation to perform better, but little is known about the effects of P4P on accountability ...
P4P, RBF, Health, Tanzania
Effect of Paying for Performance on Utilisation, Quality, and User Costs of Health Services in Tanzania: A Controlled Before and After Study
Journal Article | Sep 2015
Despite widespread implementation across Africa, there is limited evidence of the effect of payment for performance (P4P) schemes in low ...
results-based financing, P4P, payment for performance, maternal and child health services
Journal Article | Jan 2009
This paper explores how the relationship between bureaucratic complexity and corruption affects the performance in utilities. We observe considerable ...
Journal Article | Sep 2012
Health workers’ motivation is a key determinant of the quality of health services, and poor motivation has been found to be an obstacle ...
Public health sector, payment for performance, Tanzania
Why don't clinicians adhere more consistently to the guidelines for Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)?
Journal Article | Jan 2014
The Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) has been introduced to reduce child morbidity and mortality in countries with a poor health ...
News | 28 Aug 2014
Pneumonia is the biggest child killer in developing countries. Simple medical procedures can improve diagnosis and save lives. Yet, studies show that many clinicians do not perform these procedures. Why?
CMI Report | Jan 1995
This study focuses on Tanzania's efforts to use elements from ethnic expressive arts in political propaganda and in the creation of a national ...
Dance, Performing arts, Traditional culture, Theatre, Tanzania, Africa: Tanzania
CMI Report | Jan 2009
Inspired by a vision to build knowledge on how to implement high quality health care in low income contexts, Chr Michelsen Institute (CMI), ...
Comment évaluer la mise en oeuvre réelle des conventions de lutte contre la corruption: Leçons du continent Américain
U4 Issue | Jul 2009
La Convention des Nations Unies contre la corruption (CNUCC) est le plus abouti des traités internationaux de lutte contre la corruption. ...
Mécanisme de révision, convention anti-corruption, suivi de la convention, indicateurs de performance, CNUCC, IACAC, MESICIC, UNCAC, French