The Basic Health Care Provision Fund Programme otherwise known as BHCPFP is the Federal & State Equity scheme for a set of persons with special interests (low/no income earners, persons with disabilities, aged persons, retirees, pregnant women, children under the age of 5 etc.). These persons are captured by the state social register and the register generated from the state-sponsored targeting mechanism.
It is funded through the Basic Healthcare Provision Fund Programme (BHCPFP), which is provided for by the 2014 National Health Act as the equivalent of 1% of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) of the Federation. The State government also contributes to its funding
The provider gateway of BHCPFP is administered by the Ondo State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (OSPHCDA), such that enrollees are allotted to one of 203 Primary Healthcare PHC) facilities (1 per 203 wards in Ondo state) that have been accredited as providers.
The services covered include maternity services (antenatal, delivery, postnatal up to 6 weeks after delivery), under-5 children services (neonatal care and common childhood illnesses up to the age of 5 years), medical services, surgery, physiotherapy, mental health etc.P