Benin

Authors: Jean-Benoit Falisse; Petra Vergeer; Joy Gebre Medhin; Maud Juquois; Alphonse Akpamoli; Jake Robyn; Walters Shu; Michel Zabiti; Rifat Hasan; Bakary Jallow; Musa Loum; Cedric Ndizeye; Michel Muvudi; Baudouin Booto; Jean Claude Taptue Fotso; Severin Sokegbe; Ibrahim Magazi; Gil Shapiro

Training, motivating and retaining human resources is crucial for the improvement of health outcomes, especially in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) where human resources availability and management have been recognized as one of the key health system’s barriers to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. In recognition of the limitations of current financial incentives and/or remuneration levels, Performance-Based Financing (PBF) mechanisms have been introduced in many LMICs in recent years.

Training, motivating and retaining human resources is crucial for the improvement of health outcomes, especially in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) where human resources availability and management have been recognized as one of the key health system’s barriers to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. In recognition of the limitations of current financial incentives and/or remuneration levels, Performance-Based Financing (PBF) mechanisms have been introduced in many LMICs in recent years.

 By Petra Vergeer and Sarah McCune [1]

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