At first, the HEFP started with around 5,000 poorest people in 20 health centers in a district of Takeo province. Then schemes have spread to another two districts and reached around 100,000 poorest people in 43 health centers in this province. In coming up future, BFH plans to expand the scheme coverage to another province. Moreover, 4 organizations including German Cooperation Technology (GTZ), Reproductive and Child Health Alliance (RACHA), Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and Action for Health Development (AHEAD) have sought experiences from BFH to replicate the schemes in regions where they are implementing their programs. In addition, Laos and Mongolia have come to visit and lean from Buddhist for Health to pilot the schemes in their countries.
The Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) promotes programs, policies and practices that make quality health care delivered by private organizations affordable and accessible to the world’s poor. Operated through a global network of partners since 2010, CHMI is managed by the Results for Development Institute. CHMI is funded by the Department for International Development (DFID), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation.
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