Webinar organized by the World Bank's Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) on the use of results-based financing in scaling up pilot health project 2014 03 27
On the morning of February 28, 2009, Jeninah Komugisha walked into the Angella Domiciliary Clinic in Kashari, Uganda expressing labor pains. She gave the midwives a “healthy baby” voucher and was immediately offered assistance.
WASHINGTON, October 24, 2007– KfW Entwicklungsbank, a German government-owned development bank, yesterday signed a US$ 4.3 million grant to be administered by The World Bank, for the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and reduction of maternal and infant mortality amongst poor people in Uganda.
News Release No. 2009/3
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A highly successful pilot program to improve maternal health care for poor women is scaling up under a recent grant agreement signed by the World Bank Group -- acting as an administrator for the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) -- and the government of Uganda.
A new hospital in Maseru is providing improved health care services to Lesotho’s citizens. The hospital and its three filter clinics are part of an innovative public-private partnership. About one-quarter of Lesotho’s population, particularly women and children, stand to benefit.