موسسه همکاری و انکشاف برای افغانستان

دافغانستان لپاره دمرستی او پرمختیا مؤسسه

Increasing access to comprehensive maternal health services and mainstreaming RH and GBV in humanitarian emergencies

Project Name: Increasing access to comprehensive maternal health services and mainstreaming RH and GBV in humanitarian emergencies. Through a partnership agreement with the United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA), Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan (AADA) is assigned to implement the “Increasing access to comprehensive maternal health services and mainstreaming RH and GBV in humanitarian emergencies” project in Farayab, Nangarhar, Laghman , Kabul and Kunar provinces.

Funding Agency:

UNFPA

Start Date:

July, 2017

End Date:

December, 2018

Geographical Coverage:

Farayab, Nangarhar, Laghman , Kabul and Kunar

Objectives:

Main activities:

1. Provision of GBV prevention and response services through supporting four Family Protection Centers, Four Women Friendly Health Spaces.

2. Provision of health services including reproductive health services to Afghan returnees in border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

3. Provision of health services through establishing four MHTs to Afghan returnees in the eastern region of the country.

Project main activities are performed through: 

·       32 Family Health Houses, 32 Health Posts and 83 Family Health Action Groups;

·       Torkham Zero point and IOM transit center health facilities in Nangarhar province;

·       Four mobile health teams in Nangarhar, Kunar and Laghman provinces;

·       Three Family protection centers in Nangarhar, Kunar and Kabul provinces;

·       Four Women Friendly health services in Nangarhar, Kunar and Laghman provinces;

Objective:

 

To increase national institutional capacity to deliver comprehensive maternal health services to underserved populations.

 

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Output Indicators

 

Targeted provinces

Target

1

Number of OPDs only U5 (20% of total catchment population)

Faryab

52,032

2

Number of 1st ANC visits provided (100% of eligible)

Faryab

5,203

3

Indicator: Number of 4th ANC visits provided (80%)

Faryab

4,163

4

Number of Deliveries by SBA

Faryab

4,163

5

Number of 1st PNC visits

Faryab

4,163

6

Number of 3rd PNC visits

Faryab

4,163

7

Number of Couple Year protection  (CYP) in FHH  Faryab

Faryab

2,175

8

Provision of GBV prevention and response services through supporting Three Family Protection Centers

Kabul, Nangarhar, Kunar

3

9

Provision of GBV prevention and response services through supporting Four Women Friendly Health Spaces

Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

4

10

Provision of health services including reproductive health services to Afghan returnees in border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.( Torkham Zero point and IOM transit centers HFs)

Nangarhar

2

11

Provision of health services through establishing four MHTs to Afghan returnees in the eastern region of the country

Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

4

12

Number of returnees, IDPs and host community reached with health services in emergencies in Turkham Zero Point, IOM Transit Center and in Nangarhar, Laghman and Kunar provinces though 4 MHTs.

Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

65,000

13

Number of RH coordinators trained in SPRINT

Kabul , Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

20

14

Indicator: Number of midwives trained in EmONC training

Kabul , Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

24

15

Number of Women and Girls received Psychosocial services through Women Friendly Health Spaces
 

Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

40,000

16

Number of GBV survivors received services by the Family Protection Center in the targeted provinces.  Baseline

Kabul , Nangarhar, Kunar

1,000

17

Number of health workers capacitated on CMR and Psychosocial Counseling

Kabul , Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

20

18

Number of GBV SC members trained on minimum standards for prevention and response to GBV

Kabul , Nangarhar, Kunar,  Laghman

20