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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: Jul 2017

Start date of service provision: Jul 2017

Capital raised (minimum): USD 19.70m

Max potential outcome payment: CHF 26.09m

Service users: 3k+ individuals


The intervention seeks to expand and improve efficiency of physical rehabilitation services, ensuring high quality and well-targeted services
are provided. It does this through implementing the Physical Rehabilitation Program (PRP). The intervention includes: three new Physical Rehabilitation Program centres in Mali (Mopti), Nigeria (Maiduguri) and the Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa), as well as provision of training for local staff to deliver high quality physical rehabilitation services in these centers. The intervention also seeks to pilot and rigorously assess pilot efficiency improvement measures across eight existing ICRC physical rehabilitation centers with the aim of improving efficiency and maintaining patient outcomes, while also operationalising the three new centers using improved operational protocols that are based on effective efficiency measures.

Target population

Individuals with physical disabilities in living in Mali, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, who are victims of war, natural disasters, congenital impairments or disabling diseases such as polio.



  • Congo, The Democratic Republic of the
  • Nigeria
  • Mali

Service delivery locations

  • Maiduguri, Nigeria
  • Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Mopti, Mali

Outcome metrics

  • Opening of new physical rehabilitation centres. Three physical rehabilitation centres open for operation by July 2020. Service provider data.
  • Staff efficiency ratio. Number of patients (re)gaining mobility following the fitting of a mobility device divided by the number of staff working in the rehabilitation center compared to baseline average from sample of comparable existing centres in 2nd year of operations. Service provider data.

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