Contraceptive Prevalence Rate Increases in Pakistan
The USAID | DELIVER PROJECT’s efforts to ensure contraceptive security in Pakistan includes both advocacy and health system strengthening, which have helped mobilize sustainable financing to support maternal and child health programs. Recently, the project’s Pakistan was recognized for facilitating and guiding provincial governments to allocate funding for the procurement of contraceptives. Read more
USAID Donates Ambulance Boats to Pakistan August 21, 2014
In the area near Pakistan’s Lake Attabad, residents can now get to hospital faster with the help of two high speed, state-of-the-art ambulance boats. The boats were donated to the Government of Pakistan by USAID and will be used by patients and mothers needing urgent transportation to medical facilities for critical treatments. Read more
Direct Delivery and Information Capture (DDIC) Conference in Nigeria
The DDIC is an innovative system for the last mile distribution of health commodities that provides real time access to logistics data for evidence-based decisionmaking.
Photos above are from DDIC Conference in Abuja Nigeria. Aug 7, 2014
Top: Dr. Abdourahmane Diallo, Director of Technical Services at JSI (left) and Dr. Noel Watson, the main presenter at the conference and Principal of OPS MEND (right). Below: Panelists from Bauchi and Ebonyi State participate in a Lessons Learned discussion with Dr. Elizabeth Igharo (center), Director of Public Health, USAID | DELIVER PROJECT. Photo Credit: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT.
The Last Mile in Benin
Top: A woman and her child from the village of So-Ava rows a hand-carved boat to get to the mainland. Below: Men assist the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT team with long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets (LLINs) deliveries to So-Ava, Benin, a village only accessible by boat. Feb 2014 Photo Credit: Tenly Snow, USAID | DELIVER PROJECT.
Health Worker in Côte d’Ivoire
Healthcare worker checks medical supplies against a bin card at the Hospital de Bingerville in Côte d’Ivoire to ensure stock is maintained at the appropriate levels. SCMS worked with hospital staff to build their capacity in stock management. Photo Credit: Fabrice Duhal, 2013
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Malawi: Family Planning Advocacy Project:This report describes the process and findings of the end of project evaluation of the Family Planning Advocacy project (FPAP). The FPAP was supported from April to September 2013 by the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT and was implemented by Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Malawi in three districts. The goal of the FPAP was to improve community understanding of the range of family planning methods and available services and how to access them, thereby helping to drive the uptake of family planning services.