South Sudan is a country that is affected by complex emergencies resulting from prolonged conflict, climate change, a broken health system and outbreaks of communicable diseases.
ADRA in partnership with the HPF was focused on transforming maternal and child health by expanding access and improving the quality of healthcare services.
Through this programme, ADRA contributed towrads building the capacity of health workers and community members to correctly identify and respond to women and children in need of healthcare. HPF has saved the lives of countless women and children by delivering better health services.
Over the course of the programme, ADRA provided hundreds of thousands of citizens, especially women and children, with quality healthcare, delivering services across the Terrekeka region of South Sudan.
HPF is funded by five donors namely the British Government’s Department for International Development (DFID), the Government of Canada, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Gavi – the Vaccines Alliance.
Implementing office: ADRA South Sudan