World Bank-Supported Program Helps Zimbabwean Expectant Mothers Access Maternal Health

World Bank: Improving Access to Maternal Health for Zimbabwe’s Expectant Mothers
This feature story describes the Urban Voucher Programme (UVP), which has provided free health services to expectant mothers in the Zimbabwean cities of Harare and Bulawayo since its launch in 2014. According to the story, “The program is funded by the World Bank’s multi-donor Global Financing Facility (GFF), which provides subsidies to selected clinics based on their performance. The non-governmental organization (NGO) Cordaid has been the implementing partner for the funding, with the government also stepping in to provide co-financing…” (1/10).

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