Governments of Development countries aim to encourage their people to obtain basic health-related equipment, such as impregnated mosquito nets in the fight against malaria, to buy medicines in licensed pharmacies to avoid the disastrous effects of fraudulent medicines sold and bought on the street and to adapt their working environment to international health standards.

Implementation of programs supporting healthcare amelioration largely depends on the awareness of people for their benefits and of a comprehensible and transparent incentive / subsidy program developed integrating all parties and involving the private sector to ensure distribution and implementation in accordance with the program.

RODEVA’s expertise in designing and implementing such comprehensible, traceable and transparent incentive programs will allow optimization of Development Aid within the sector of Healthcare as well as Education and Agriculture.