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Burkina Faso - Reproductive Health Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Reproductive Health Project is to improve the utilization and quality of reproductive health services in the recipient's territory, with a particular focus on selected regions of Burkina Faso. There are two components to the project, the first component being improving the delivery and quality of a reproductive health service package through result-based financing. The project will be implemented in five selected regions out of the 13 which currently exist. Three criteria have been used to select these regions, and they were chosen with a geographical balance that will provide implementation experience in different contexts, and allow broad capacity building that will be useful for a future expansion of Results-Based Financing (RBF). The second component is the supporting critical inputs for reproductive and family planning services. This component, to be financed entirely by the International Development Association (IDA) grant, will be implemented at the national level. It will have three subcomponents: (i) training of nurses, skilled birth attendants and doctors; (ii) provision of drugs and equipment to improve obstetric and neonatal services; and (iii) strengthening demand for family planning and reproductive health services.


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    Burkina Faso - Reproductive Health Project

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    Demographic and Health Survey;integrated management of childhood illness;access to reproductive health services;maternal and child health services;population and reproductive health;access to health care service;demand for family planning;economic and financial analysis;health facility;Information, Education and Communication;Risks and Mitigation Measures;public finance;effectiveness of service delivery;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;Reproductive and Child Health;quality health care;quality of health care;maternal mortality and morbidity;access to health service;management of health services;effectiveness of health care;monitoring and evaluation system;methods for birth spacing;skilled birth attendants;contraceptive prevalence rate;



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