With just 629 days to go until the MDGs deadline, high-level practitioners, policymakers and key players in government and international development, exchanged rich perspectives during “Toward Universal Health Coverage by 2030,” part of the World Bank-IMF Spring Meetings, held in Washington D.C., April 8-13, 2014.
This study describes the methods used for verification in Burundi. The results of verification are presented and it discusses obstacles to verification, how they have been addressed, and the challenges ahead.
We are pleased to share updates from Buenos Aires, Argentina where practitioners and policy makers from around the world are gathering for the Annual Results and Impact Evaluation Workshop for RBF from March 25 to April 1, 2014.
The World Bank Group and the World Health Organization co-sponsored Toward Universal Health Coverage by 2030 to shine a spotlight on UHC during the World Bank-IMF Spring Meetings, held in Washington DC, April 8-13. We're sharing five takeaways from this half-day event. Read the blog post.
This report outlines the successes, challenges, and lessons learned over the past five years of using RBF to improve access and quality of health services for women and children in the poorest countries. Our experience so far indicates that RBF approaches can strengthen core health systems, make them more accountable and deliver greater value for money, by shifting the focus from inputs to results.