Subsidy Funding | Activity Status: Active

Uganda Reproductive Health Voucher Program (RHVP II)

Overview

Uganda RHVP II (a scale up of the $4.3m IFC pilot, closed in 2012), supports poor mothers in rural and disadvantaged areas of eastern and south western Uganda by providing access, through subsidized vouchers, to a package of reproductive health services, including antenatal care (ANC), deliveries with skilled medical attendants, postnatal care (PNC), treatment and management of selected pregnancy-related medical conditions and complications, and emergency transport. The package includes services for elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (EMTCT), as part of ANC. The project is also designed to expand the capacity of health service providers in these rural and disadvantaged regions.