Planned Life Cycle
Areas of Focus
55,310people participated in trainings, counseling or activities on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health
11,052women are using at least one method of family planning to space out their pregnancies
8,646children received appropriate and timely care for serious childhood illnesses
The Health Pooled Fund Phase 3 (HPF3) in South Sudan is a five-year performance-based financing multi-donor project. During year 2 implementation, it covered the Yambio and Nzara counties in Western Equatoria. The project benefitted an estimated population of 197,603 people in Yambio county, including 6,001 pregnant women and 34,434 children under 5; and 89,842 people in Nzara county, including 3,599 pregnant women and 15,602 children under 5. This project covered five major outputs: Emergency Preparedness and Response, Gender and Social Inclusion, Monitoring and Evaluation, Risk issues and Management Responses, Financial overview, and Conflict Sensitivity, Safeguarding and stories of special interest
Year 2 of the HPF3 project implementation focused on:
- improving the delivery and increasing availability and readiness of quality health services at facilities,
- strengthening the community level interventions that increase awareness,prevention and treatment of common conditions,
- ensuring availability of safe, effective and quality essential medicines and supplies
- establishing stable health systems that enhance accountability and are responsive to the needs of the people, and
- providing funds and processes that are efficient, effective, inclusive and offer value for money.
To achieve these objectives, World Vision, in consortium with the Catholic Diocese of Tambura and Yambio (CDTY), continued to provide primary and secondary health care services through a network of 20 supported health facilities. In Yambio county, 12 health facilities (including 7 PHCUs, 4 PHCCs and 1 state hospital) were supported. In Nzara County, 8 health facilities (including 4PHCCs and 4 PHCUs) were supported. All the facilities were functional throughout the reporting period.
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