CERF-funded Project

Niger

Assistance sanitaire aux populations affectées par l’insécurité dans 13 Districts sanitaires sous état d’urgence dans les régions de Diffa, Tillabéry, Tahoua, Maradi. (20-UF-WHO-016)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to improve access to primary and referral health care for IDPs, returnees and host population in the four targeted regions. This WHO project ensures continuity of care for all targeted people, including referral and free care as well as strengthening of integrated management of childhood illnesses; deployment of mobile clinics to reach vulnerable populations, particularly in IDP sites and remote areas; provides 246 Inter-Agency Emergency Health Kits and other trauma kits as well as 201 reproductive health emergency kits in collaboration with UNFPA; and supports the Ministry of Health for the operationalization of non-functional health centers for displaced persons by the reassignment of staff and the provision of essential drugs. A total of 58,617 people will be targeted with assistance, of which 2,462 people with disabilities, including 11,999 men, 14,473 women, 15,873 boys, and 16,272 girls.