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Project ID:00077379Description:CHF Som HEALTH/2010ER/OCHA-NGO
Fund:
Somalia Humanitarian Fund
Start Date *: 20 Jan 2011
Theme:
Health
End Date*: 30 Jun 2011
Country: Somalia Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   NGO/OCHA - NGO implementation/OCHA
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CHF-DMA-0489-036ER “Emergency Primary Health care Provision in Mogadishu and Afgoi Corridor for IDPs” -118,440$

Continued conflict in Greater Mogadishu and Afgoi corridor has had a debilitating effect on the social services infrastructure, particularly on health.  The provision of health services has become increasingly difficult due to access restrictions, including suspension of humanitarian agencies in South Somalia, and lower and slower funding flows. Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation, eroded livelihoods, and mass displacement are further contributing to life-threatening gaps in urgently needed health services. Women and children, the displaced and people in Mogadishu the conflict area, are the most affected by the poor coverage and quality of essential health care (including maternal, neonatal and child care), and shortages of life-saving medicines and trauma supplies for both primary and secondary health care. Low immunization rates, high levels of malnutrition, disease outbreaks and the high incidence of communicable diseases are aggravating the public health risks. Malnutrition among lactating women also contributes to low levels of breastfeeding, which in turn impacts on the immune status of the children.

SOYDA has been implementing emergency primary health services for conflict-affected populations in Mogadishu-Wadajir District and Afgoi corridor (Elasha and Lafole health centers) which has commenced on 10th June 2010 and has ended the project officially on 10th September 2010. The project essence was to provide essential health care services to the Somali massive influx. The health demand is higher than the presence of health care providers due to massive influx of IDPs.

This requested project is a continuation of the previous HRF implemented project by SOYDA at the same previous health centers. SOYDA will support the six month project beneficiaries of 91854 of which 45223 will be women, 33189 children under 18-years, 13442 men. SOYDA centers will attend approximately 5000 in each health center per month during the project implementations.

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