Health Sector Rehabilitation Support Project
Country of Operation
- The World BankForeign aid agency or multilateral organization
SummaryHSRSP ensures that target populations have access to and use a well-defined package of quality essential health services, assessing performance on key indicators identified to measure improvement in geographical access, reduction of financial barriers, and enhancement of quality of care.
To ensure that the target population of selected health zones have access to, and use a well-defined package of quality essential health services.
Key program components
The project consists of the following components:
1) Supporting the implementation of the Ministry of Health's (MOH) Package of Essential Health Services (EHS)
2) Supporting a scaling-up of key malaria control interventions
3) Assessing the performance of the implementing partners on an ongoing basis, to provide constructive feedback and share best practices
4) Strengthening project coordination with an increment in resources required to track progress and carry out procurement and financial management activities directly associated with project activities.
The components are focused on 83 selected Health Zones in the provinces of Equateur, Katanga, Maniema, Bandundu, in addition to Kinshas. These areas have been selected because they have some of the poorest health indicators in the country and very little or no government and donors support. Health workers in the listed provinces receive cash bonuses for meeting output and process indicator targets. The bonus has two parts: 70% is a prime fixed and 30% is performance-related. NGOs (one per province) are contracted by the MOH to implement the incentive program.