The development objective is to increase women and adolescent girls’ empowerment and their access to quality reproductive, childand maternal health services in selected areas of the participating countries, including the Recipients' territory, and to improveregional knowledge generation and sharing as well as regional capacity and coordination.
Project components include;
-Improve Regional Demand for Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health and Nutrition (RMNCHN) Services and
-Increase Empowerment for Women and Adolescents
-Strengthen regional capacity for availability of RMNCHN commodities and qualified health workers
-Foster Commitment and Capacity for Policy Making and Project Implementation
Ministere de l'amenagement du territoire et de la population
Ministere de la Population
Omar KONDO ZAROUMEYE
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