Project Notice

PNR 30106
Organization INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS
Work Detail The development objective of the Provision of Essential Health Services Project is to increase access to an essential package of health services in the Republic of South Sudan, with a particular focus on the former states of Upper Nile and Jonglei. The project has three components. First component, Delivery of Essential Health Services will support the provision of a defined package of essential health services, targeting the populations of the former states of Upper Nile and Jonglei, and other vulnerable communities affected by conflict and violence; Second component, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning will finance costs related to a national unified monitoring approach (co-financed with DFID and HPF3), as well as specific monitoring of project activities in areas accessible for independent monitoring; Third component, Emergency Preparedness and Response will support the national EVD Preparedness and Response Plan. UNICEF is currently providing surge technical support that participate in the multi-sectoral National and State Task Forces (in high risk areas) as well as technical working groups; and Fourth component, Repayment of Project Preparation Advances will also support the repayment of Project Preparation Advances from other projects that were disbursed but for which the projects were never delivered due to the country context following the July 2016 crisis
Funded By 106
Country Sudan , All Region
Project Value 105 Million

Work Detail

The development objective of the Provision of Essential Health Services Project is to increase access to an essential package of health services in the Republic of South Sudan, with a particular focus on the former states of Upper Nile and Jonglei. The project has three components. First component, Delivery of Essential Health Services will support the provision of a defined package of essential health services, targeting the populations of the former states of Upper Nile and Jonglei, and other vulnerable communities affected by conflict and violence; Second component, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning will finance costs related to a national unified monitoring approach (co-financed with DFID and HPF3), as well as specific monitoring of project activities in areas accessible for independent monitoring; Third component, Emergency Preparedness and Response will support the national EVD Preparedness and Response Plan. UNICEF is currently providing surge technical support that participate in the multi-sectoral National and State Task Forces (in high risk areas) as well as technical working groups; and Fourth component, Repayment of Project Preparation Advances will also support the repayment of Project Preparation Advances from other projects that were disbursed but for which the projects were never delivered due to the country context following the July 2016 crisis

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Project Name South Sudan Provision of Essential Health Services Project

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