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Project ID:00073281Description:Kiribati - KPA 3: EmOC Program
Kiribati One UN Fund
Start Date *: 14 Dec 2009
End Date*: 31 Dec 2013
Country: Kiribati Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmOC) Programme
The EmOC Programme in Kiribati aims to improve the maternal health services in the Outer Gilbert and Tungaru Referral Hospital in Kiribati. It complements efforts from the Kiribati Government and the Fiji School of Medicine, who had worked on improving/building the health centres and dispensaries through an EU-funded programme. It is based on a comprehensive study on Emergency Obstetric Care carried out by UNFPA in Kiribati in 2005, and is focused on meeting some of the demands for drugs and equipment for maternal services. This contributes to the following:

  • Kiribati UNDAF Outcome 3.2: National systems enhance accessibility, affordability and the well-managed delivery of equitable, gender-sensitive quality social and protection services.
  • Kiribati UNDAF Output 3g: Strengthened institutional capacity of health service providers to deliver preventative & management services to at risk groups - children, women and people living with chronic illness
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