Mother And Child Health & SRHR

Maternal health care and HIV-related services, Tanzania

KfW , 2010 - 2015
Contract Value: € 804,220

In cooperation with the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF), poor pregnant women, living in Tanga and Mbeya, receive a free NHIF health insurance from the first point of contact until 6 months after delivery. The families of the women receive a 12-month health insurance at the Community Health Fund (CHF). The project provides the reimbursement of the target group’s pregnancy and non-pregnancy related claims to the health facilities as to improve the quality of health services delivered. Consequently, the facilities have more money to purchase drugs and medical equipment to the benefit of the target group. GFA experts developed innovative approaches to improve the registration of poor pregnant women at the health insurance. In collaboration with a local organization, mobile phone enrollment has been introduced as a pilot and is ready to be rolled out.

Mother And Child Health & SRHR

Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Nepal

GIZ , 2014 - 2016
Contract Value: € 1,324,889

GFA assists the local government and ministry to develop, pilot and introduce innovative approaches and materials to increase awareness of adolescents regarding their sexual and reproductive health and respective rights. The introduction of adolescent-friendly services in public health facilities aims at enhancing the satisfaction of adolescent users with the services and to contribute to increased service utilization.

Photo: Thomas L. Kelly

Mother And Child Health & SRHR

Maternal and child health nutrition needs for indigenous cultural communities, Philippines

EU , 2012 - 2016
Contract Value: € 3,338,100

This program aims at improving the access to and utilization of essential reproductive health services in disadvantaged communities in Mindanao through a comprehensive and culturally acceptable implementation of Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Nutrition (MNCHN) strategy. Key components of the project are capacity development of health providers and training of local organizations in planning, management, proposal writing and designing MNCHN interventions.

Mother And Child Health & SRHR

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for youth, Central and Southern Asia

GIZ , 2013 - 2015
Contract Value: € 1,367,730

The project aims at improving governmental and non-governmental community-based organizations that work with youth by offering friendly, human rights-based and gender-sensitive services on SRHR as well as HIV and drug abuse prevention. The three key components of the project are:

1. Strengthening comprehensive health education, incl. SRHR, HIV, gender, and drug misuse prevention in the education system through youth organizations.

2. Improving the health service provision for female injecting drug users and their sexual partners.

3. Strengthening the regional professional networking among youth health education experts.