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EQUITY - THE RIGHT TO MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH IN MONDULKIRI

Cambodia

Total initiative costs

€ 549,845.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 549,845.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 9.11.2015

Status

25 Complete
25%

Cambodia


Location

Sen Monorom City, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia

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Main outcome

Maternal and child health services are widely guaranteed in Mondulkiri Province and the health of pregnant women, mothers and their children is improved.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010311
Purpose Basic health care
Sector I.2.b. Basic Health, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Mondulkiri Indigenous People Association for Development (MIPAD); Department of Health in Mondulkiri (MoH)
Representative utl.hanoi@esteri.it
Other financiers NGO CIAI: 212505.0

Beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries: 44,789 people (children, women, medical staff and community members), of which 66% from Bunong, Stieng, Kroal, Tompuonn, Charay and Kroeung ethnic minority groups, consisting of: - 14,100 children: 3,000 aged 0-20 months (all children in this age group in the Province); 5,000 aged 20-60 months (all children in this age group in the Province); 6,000 aged 6-12 years attending 8 of 83 primary schools (four schools identified during the identification phase and other four to be selected at start-up); - 15,300 young women aged 18-35 years (all women in this age group in the Province); - 14,800 men aged 18-35 years (all men in this age group in the Province); - 139 medical staff: 92 nurses, 43 midwives, 4 doctors (all medical staff of the Province, in all institutes: one hospital, eight health centres, 16 health points); - 450 community members: 270 elderly (3 for each of the 90 villages in the Province); 90 village leaders (100% of the village chiefs of the Province); 90 volunteers (one per village). Indirect beneficiaries: 59,244 people living in the province.

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