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The performances generated by results based financing (RBF) raise questions about the quality of data used to measure them. This study was carried out to evaluate the RBF contribution to the quality improvement of maternal and child health data. Sixty seven health facilities are sampled randomly in three strata (RBF_PRPSS, RBF_PASS, No_ RBF) gathering health zones in Benin. The strata comparison with maternal and child health data for the first halves 2014 and 2011 revealed that timeliness anddoi:10.13189/ujph.2016.040605 fatcat:x55zbancozaevmyy2bl7iu3vga