This paper presents findings from a study which sought to understand why health workers in the results-based financing (RBF) arrangements in Zimbabwe reported being satisfied with the improvements in working conditions and compensation, but paradoxically reported lower motivation levels compared to those not working under RBF arrangements.

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Author/s: Sumit Kane, Crecentia Gandidzanwa, Ronald Mutasa, Irene Moyo, Chenjerai Sismayi, Patron Mafaune, Marjolein Dieleman
Publication ID: DOI 10.15171/ijhpm.2018.98
Countries: Zimbabwe
Date of Publication: November 2018

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