This project helps reduce mortality among children under five and pregnant women in selected health districts in Cameroon by improving accessibility to and the quality of maternal health services and by implementing emergency care in the field of essential neonatal obstetrics.
Following the recommendations of the mid-term review of the Cameroon-UNICEF cooperation program, UNICEF is providing support for the implementation of Accelerated Strategy for Survival and Development of Young Children (ASSSDYC) in the northern region and strengthening existing achievements in the area of Adamawa. This strategy forms part of Cameroon’s national health plan.
To meet local challenges and problems, the program actions will focus on:
This program is based on a community approach focused on improving access to healthcare at all levels of the health system and for all peoples, especially the most isolated.
|Location||Central Africa, Cameroon|