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Improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable sections of the population in the Southern District of Hebron.

Palestine

Total initiative costs

€ 518,500.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 518,500.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 17.11.2015

Status

25 Complete
25%

Palestine


Location

District of Hebron (Rural area of Yatta: Bedouin villages and settlements).

Main outcome

Overall objective of the project is to promote the human development of the communities of the District of South Hebron. The specific objective is to improve the health and social conditions of the families of the area.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010348
Purpose Basic health care
Sector I.2.b. Basic Health, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Ministry of Health and Helath Dept in Dura, South of Hebron; Joint Service Council for Planning and Development, Yatta; Municipality of Yatta and Dept. of Social Services; Municipality of Inmezil, AnRamadin, AnNajaida and AlTuwani; Civil Society of the involved communities; Palestinian Red Crescent Society; Yatta Community Centre for Disabled Children and Zohra Centre against women violence; Programme WELOD and POSIT.
Representative disvi.ps.office@gmail.com
Other financiers DISVI: 103530.0 Other Contributions (Palestinian Ministry of Health): 103550.0

Beneficiaries

1000 women participated in social health education; 1400 women take in charge 3 emergency clinics for women in reproductive health; 900 farmers partipate in vetenary meetings; 15 farmers participate in specific training course in Dkaika together with their families (400 persons); 35/40% of the population take advantage fron the 2 mobile clinics; +25% of the participants of Emergency Care Unit in the three locations. 3 doctors and 2 mobile clinics specialized in oncology; 15 villages health workers are trained; 60 officers trained in Emergency Care.

Beneficiaries of which females 70.0%
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