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Free Content Measuring the impact of non‐monetary incentives on facility delivery in rural Zambia: a clustered randomised controlled trial

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In Zambia, only 56% of rural women deliver in a health facility, and improving facility delivery rates is a priority of the Zambian government. ‘Mama kit’ incentives – small packages of childcare items provided to mothers conditional on delivering their baby in a facility – may encourage facility delivery. This study measured the impact and cost‐effectiveness of a US$4 mama kit on rural facility delivery rates in Zambia.
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Keywords: accouchement institutionnel; ensayo aleatorizado y controlado; essai contrôlé randomisé; incentives; incentivos; incitations; institutional delivery; maternal health; newborn health; parto hospitalario; randomised controlled trial; salud del neonato; salud materna; santé maternelle; santé néonatale

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2016

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