New Way to Finance Health in World's Less Developed Nations

Results-Based Financing can get 20 percent more health care with same funds. Countries and major donors including Norway are changing the way they finance maternal and child, malaria, tuberculosis and hiv/Aids health programs in low-income countries to increase their impact.

Results-Based Financing can get 20 percent more health care with same funds. Countries and major donors including Norway are changing the way they finance maternal and child, malaria, tuberculosis and hiv/Aids health programs in low-income countries to increase their impact.

On December 11th, RBF experts from around the world met in Oslo to review the experience with RBF programs so far and determine a roadmap for scaling up.

Read the press release from The World Bank, UKaid, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Gavi Alliance, USaid and Unicef (pdf).