Evidence

for market systems approaches

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Published by
Cardno Emerging Markets
Project implementer
Cardno Emerging Markets
Donor
DFID
Programme
Private Sector Innovation Programme for Health (PSP4H)
Results level
Systemic change
Method
Mixed method
Data source
Monitoring Data
Intervention types
Improved access to information
Improved marketing of products
Improved product / service quality
Improved value chain coordination

Capturing what has worked, and not worked, during the implementation of the The Private Sector Innovation Programme for Health (PSP4H) in Kenya.

The Private Sector Innovation Programme for Health (PSP4H) was designed and funded by DFID to be an action research project exploring the markets in which poor people pay for-profit providers for healthcare. The overall objective of the PSP4H programme is to learn how a market systems approach might benefit pro-poor health interventions, to inform future programming.

Intervention description

This report assesses the healthcare innovations discovered through the on-going course of PSP4H’s implementation.

It highlights the innovations that have worked and what did not work. It explores how these innovations have gone beyond their original interventions and been replicated in different health market areas and in the East African region.

Evidence methodology

The report relies on information gathered from the programme's monitoring and evaluation system.

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