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Emergency Health and Nutrition Project

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Project Data Last Updated: 25/06/2020

IATI Identifier: 44000-P161809


The development objective of Emergency Health and Nutrition Project for Yemen is to contribute to the provision of basic health and essential nutrition services for the benefit of the population. This project has three components. 1) The first component, Improving Access to Health, Nutrition, and Public Health Services, will support the coverage of the population of Yemen with well‐defined packages of health and nutrition services at both primary health care (PHC) level and first level of referral centers or secondary care. It has the following three subcomponents: (i) Strengthening the Integration of Primary Health Care Model; (ii) Supporting Health and Nutrition Services at the First Level Referral Centers; and (iii) Sustaining the National Health System Preparedness and Public Health Programs. 2) The second component, Project Support, Management, Evaluation and Administration, will support project administration and monitoring and evaluation activities (M and E) to ensure smooth and satisfactory project implementation. 3) The third component, Contingent Emergency Response, aims to improve the country's response capacity in the event of an emergency, following the procedures governed by OP/BP 10.00 paragraph 12 (Rapid Response to Crises and Emergencies).

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