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This study examines the effect of performance incentives for health care providers to provide more and higher quality care in Rwanda on child health outcomes. The authors find that the incentives had a large and significant effect on the weight-for-age of children 0 -11 months and on the height-for-age of children 24 -49 months. They attribute this improvement to increases in the use and quality of prenatal and postnatal care. Consistent with This paper is a product of the Health, Nutrition anddoi:10.1596/1813-9450-6100 fatcat:del7h5b7kbeovc673hy5xkpcx4