This brief reviews two activities undertaken by HP+ to address the lack of formal financing available to the private health sector in Liberia. First, to foster demand for financing, HP+ established a locally embedded financial management training and mentoring program to build the capacity of private health businesses. Then, to foster the supply of financing to the private health sector, HP+ provided technical assistance to a USAID Development Credit Authority partner financial institution to increase its understanding and knowledge of the financing opportunities in the private health sector. The activity led to the development of a locally owned financial management course for the health sector and stimulated two micro-loans from a local organization.
Gerrard, A. 2022. Supporting Access to Finance for Family Planning Service Providers in Liberia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-HWS
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