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Gautier L., Coulibaly A., De Allegri M., Ridde Valéry. (2019). From Amsterdam to Bamako : a qualitative case study on diffusion entrepreneurs' contribution to performance-based financing propagation in Mali. Health Policy and Planning, 34 (9), 656-666. ISSN 0268-1080

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From Amsterdam to Bamako : a qualitative case study on diffusion entrepreneurs' contribution to performance-based financing propagation in Mali
Année de publication2019
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000507572100003
AuteursGautier L., Coulibaly A., De Allegri M., Ridde Valéry.
SourceHealth Policy and Planning, 2019, 34 (9), p. 656-666. ISSN 0268-1080
RésuméFor the past 15 years, several donors have promoted performance-based financing (PBF) in Africa for improving health services provision. European and African experts known as 'diffusion entrepreneurs' (DEs) assist with PBF pilot testing. In Mali, after participating in a first pilot PBF in 2012-13, the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene included PBF in its national strategic plan. It piloted this strategy again in 2016-17. We investigated the interactions between foreign experts and domestic actors towards PBF diffusion in Mali from 2009 to 2018. Drawing on the framework on DEs (Gautier et al., 2018), we examine the characteristics of DEs acting at the global, continental and (sub)national levels; and their contribution to policy framing, emulation, experimentation and learning, across locations of PBF implementation. Using an interpretive approach, this longitudinal qualitative case study analyses data from observations (N = 5), interviews (N = 33) and policy documentation (N = 19). DEs framed PBF as the logical continuation of decentralization, contracting policies and existing policies. Policy emulation started with foreign DEs inspiring domestic actors' interest, and succeeded thanks to long-standing relationships and work together. Learning was initiated by European DEs through training sessions and study tours outside Mali, and by African DEs transferring their passion and tacit knowledge to PBF implementers. However, the short-time frame and numerous implementation gaps of the PBF pilot project led to incomplete policy learning. Despite the many pitfalls of the region-wide pilot project, policy actors in Mali decided to pursue this policy in Mali. Future research should further investigate the making of successful African DEs by foreign DEs advocating for a given policy.
Plan de classementSanté : aspects socioculturels, économiques et politiques [056]
Descr. géo.MALI
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010077825]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010077825
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010077825

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