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Creating horizontal checks – health worker absenteeism in Nigeria and Bangladesh

We explore the PCI strategy of creating effective horizontal checks through a case study of health work absenteeism in Nigeria and Bangladesh.

In this case study we explore how a strategy of creating effective horizontal monitoring can reduce health worker absenteeism in Nigeria and Bangladesh.

Recommended reading. We recommend reading “Incentivising doctor attendance in rural Bangladesh: a latent class analysis of a discrete choice experiment” which describes the preferences of doctors over aspects of jobs in rural areas in Bangladesh that can help to inform the development of packages of policy interventions that may persuade them to stay at their posts.

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