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This report details progress on our four key pillars of the global COVID-19 response from Q2 to Q4 2020. It uses data collected from countries against each of the indicators set out in the COVID-19 response plan and uses children’s stories to...

Au Mali, le projet Services de Santé à Grand Impact (SSGI) financé par l’USAID, visait à améliorer la survie et l’état nutritionnel des mères, des nouveau nés et des enfants de moins de cinq ans grâce à une utilisation accrue et pérenne des...

This report is a follow-up study to the Baseline(+PDM) conducted on 12-19 March 2021 and the Post-Distribution Monitoring (PDM1) conducted on 17-27 April 2021. The fieldwork for this report was undertaken as cases began to rise again after the...

In Bangladesh, the first case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was detected in early March 2020, just prior to the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the outbreak a global pandemic. Being a densely populated country, Bangladesh is highly...

Child malnutrition is the result of poor health, inadequate diets, suboptimal caregiving practices and unsanitary environments. While on average urban children are less likely to suffer from malnutrition than rural children, data shows that the...

Over 300 million dollars are wasted in ‘unnecessary caesarian section’ deliveries in Bangladesh. In countries like Bangladesh where universal health coverage is yet to take a more structured form, these out of pocket expenses can push citizens...

In April 2017, UNFPA collaborated with Save the Children to launch the Strengthening the National Midwifery Program (SNMP) (2017-2021) under the leadership of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOH&FW) to strengthen midwifery education and...

This case study documents the implementation of the 2019 Multipurpose Cash Assistance (MPCA) ‘Plus’ Nutrition and Protection program targeting Venezuelan migrants in Peru, funded by USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (formerly FFP and OFDA)...

Le programme USAID Service de Santé à Grand Impact (SSGI) est un programme d’une durée de six ans (Décembre 2014 à Décembre 2020) financé par les Etas Unis d’Amérique à travers son agence pour le développement international (USAID). Il a pour...

This report is a follow-up study related to post-distribution monitoring (PDM1) of the cash transfer component of the program from the previous baseline (+PDM) conducted. It is important to note that between the data collection undertaken for the...

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