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Exploring financial and non-financial incentives that can help strengthen health worker performance.
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Countries with health worker performance challenges can use the learnings from this engagement to identify financial and non-financial incentives that can be implemented to motivate health workers to improve performance and increase immunisation coverage.
Linked held a virtual learning engagement with countries from the European and Central Asia regions to explore the topic of health worker performance. Through presentations and country experiences, the learning engagement focused specifically on the use of financial and non-financial incentives to strengthen health worker performance to increase immunisation coverage, including among zero-dose and under-immunised children.
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