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The purpose of this methodological report is to provide an overview of the quality of the maternal and child health data collected during DHS III and MEASURE DHS+.
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The goal of the Project is to create a sustained reduction in child and maternal mortality in the coverage area. Initially, the Project area covered two divisions within Busia district, namely Busia and Funyula.
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The goal of the THSP was to decrease the morbidity and mortality rates of pregnant women and children under one year of age in the Tambacounda Region by improving community based health care services and increasing community access to health information.
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The completion of the first four years of the maternal/newborn care program has concluded with satisfying results from the project’s final evaluation and survey.
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The goal of the project was to bring about sustainable improvement in the health status and well being of the children under the age of three and women of reproductive age (15-44 years).
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This report presents ACCESS Program results and activities; it is organized by the four results pathways of USAID's Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition: skilled birth attendance, antenatal care, postpartum hemorrhage and newborn care.
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The project has met or exceeded many of its primary objectives and in doing so has earned a widespread reputation for collaboration, flexibility and integrity.
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This reported evaluation of the UNHCR and PRM-funded programs of assisted repatriation to Burundi (2003-8) was conducted in June – November 2008. The evaluation focused on program outcomes and impact.
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Save the Children (SC) implemented the CS-18 project as a follow-on or cost-extension of the CS-14 project in northwestern Tajikistan. The original CS-14 project targeted 73 communities in Penjikent District.
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The Jordan Education Initiative (JEI) was created in 2003, with the assistance of the World Economic Forum (WEF), to apply public-private partnerships to improve the application of information and communication technology (ICT) in grades 1–12 in Jordanian schools.