New Evidence on Results-Based Funding for Global Health: Lessons Learned from the Salud Mesoamerica Initiative

The Center for Global Development, in collaboration with the Salud Mesoamerica Initiative (SMI), hosted a two-day conference (Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2018) that brought together key actors in the global health and development communities to discuss results-based financing and its implications for the global community; highlighting lessons learned from the Salud Mesoamerica Initiative (SMI), a large-scale results-based funding program.

ASSIST Director Rashad Massoud participated in a panel on "Organizational Inertia - Improving Health System Performance" (Panel 7) to provide a global perspective on improving health care systems; sharing experience and insights from ASSIST's work. Download his presentation here or watch a recording of his presentation (in Spanish) on Day 2 of the conference below (begins at 2:07:00). 

Additional conference information and materials (including recording of Day 1 and full recording of Day 2) are available on the Center for Global Development's website.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - 08:30 to Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 01:00
Washington, D.C.
Center for Global Development
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