- Tous > Medicine Access and Rational Use > Financing
- Tous > Medicine Access and Rational Use > Supply Management
- Mots-clés > central medical store
- Mots-clés > health supply chain - models
- Mots-clés > incentives
- Mots-clés > indicators - health system performance
- Mots-clés > performance-based financing (PBF)
- Mots-clés > Results-Based Financing (RBF)
- Mots-clés > supply chain performance - incentives
- Mots-clés > supply chains - optimization process
- Mots-clés > warehouse management system
(2014; 54 pages)
Spisak, Cary, and Lindsay Morgan. 2014. Use of Incentives in Health Supply Chains—A Review of Results-Based Financing in Mozambique’s Central Medical Store. Arlington, Va.: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 4, and Bethesda, Md: Health Finance & Governance Project.
This report reviews progress with a results-based financing (RBF) program in Mozambique aimed at strengthening the supply chain, specifically the performance of the Central Medical Store. Introduced in 2013 by USAID, the performance-based government-to-government grant conditions payment of quarterly tranches of funds to the Central Medical Store, (Central de Medicamentos e Artigos Medico [CMAM]), on results related to planning, distribution, and warehouse management.