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2017

Provision of integrated lifesaving primary health care services in Gedo region – Somalia

Somalie

Titre : Provision of integrated lifesaving primary health care services in Gedo region – Somalia

Pays /Région :

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1 2017/H/NGO/4645

Durée : 20/02/2017 — 20/11/2017

Présentation
The proposed project will be implemented in Gedo region particularly Bardhere and Garbaharey district targeting 30,000 drought affected people through continues of two fixed health centers and one mobile outreach team, the project will also integrated into ongoing WASH project as integrated package of intervention.The target districts are accessible and the organization has active agreement with United Nation Population Fund Agency (UNFPA) in reducing maternal mortality rate through skilled deliveries and strengthening referral system in Somalia. Under this project, The capacity of midwives/nursed will be improved through training while the community member will also be increased their knowledge and skills on disaster risk reduction, Acute watery diarrhea (AWD)prevention, identification of cases and early referral to health facilities, the organization is active health cluster member in Mogadishu and Nairobi level and will actively share information with health cluster members.

Bénéficiaires
30, 000 population who are in dire need of life saving health services in Gedo region.(including 3000 men ,7500 women ,9000 boys and 10500 girls ) The beneficiaries include host communities and IDPs, and particularly vulnerable communities , they include boys, girls, men and women at target districts

Porteur du projet : Action for Relief and Development

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 199,734.89 $

United Nations Development Group

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