Evaluation of the Rwanda Community Performance-Based Financing Program: Supply- and Demand-side Incentives Targeting Maternal and Child Health Service Coverage
This study evaluates the impact of two interventions introduced as part of the Rwanda Community Performance-Based Financing Program to increase coverage of targeted maternal and child health services: rewards to cooperatives of community health workers and demand-side conditional in-kind transfers. The evaluation exploits experimental design with intervention randomly assigned at the sub-district level for a duration of two and a half years. The analysis finds no impact of the incentives to cooperatives of community health workers. However, conditional in-kind demand-side incentives are shown to significantly increase take up of timely antenatal and postnatal consultations.
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