CERF-funded Project

Republic of the Sudan

Provision of Integrated Lifesaving Sexual and Reproductive Health including GBV Services to Vulnerable Population (20-RR-FPA-005)

Project overview

In line with the CERF life-saving criteria, UNFPA aims to enhance the provision of the Minimum Initial Services Package - MISP - for Sexual and Reproductive Health care as essential elements to reduce the risk of maternal/ neonatal mortality and morbidity among the affected population. Furthermore, UNFPA will work to increase presence and access to survivor centered SGBV prevention and response services in the target localities by the CERF project. Among the outputs of the project, UNFPA will expand the EmONC (Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care) services through supporting the functionality and operationalization of prioritized basic and comprehensive EmONC facilities in the identified areas, provide lifesaving SRH drugs and supplies, and the family planning methods, through both interagency reproductive health kits, and identified drugs and supplies, ensure availability of referral services to pregnant women with urgent obstetric needs through supporting community-based referral mechanisms and procure and distribute dignity kits targeting the most vulnerable women and girls of reproductive age.

Sector Amount in US$
Health US$3,030,013
Protection US$1,010,004