The overall objective of the Improving Health Access and Systems Strengthening Project is to increase the demand for health care and improve the supply of health services in order to reduce the high rates of mortality and morbidity among women and children. The project will address the key health priorities in the country including reproductive and child health, nutrition and cancer control.
The objective of the Improving Health Access and Systems Strengthening Project is to increase the demand for health care and improve the supply of health services to reduce the high rates of mortality and morbidity among women and children in four states of Sudan, namely El Gezira, Khartoum, Northern State and River Nile. The project will address key health priorities of the country including reproductive and child health, nutrition and cancer control. The three main project components are: 1) Institutional Capacity Building of Health Systems including subcomponents a) Capacity Building of Human Resources for Health and b) Support for Health Service Delivery; 2) Demand Generation for Health Care Utilization; and 3) Project Management.
Total cost: 20050000
Source(s) of financing
Task Manager: SHARAN Mona, RDGE2
Implementing Agency: GOVERNMENT OF SUDAN
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