Sudan – Health and Nutrition for the Mayo vulnerable population

The EMERGENCY project has its action hub in the Paediatric Centre in Mayo area where EMERGENCY not only offers free and qualified paediatric assistance, but it also provides women with Antenatal Care and promotes a preventive approach to child and maternal healthcare through health education sessions.

The EMERGENCY project aims at contributing to the improvement of the quality of life of marginalised populations in Mayo by ensuring access to free and quality healthcare services (curative and preventive medicine) to children under 14 and by increasing community participation and awareness of the population with regards to health and nutrition issues.
The overall objective of the project is to contribute in reducing maternal, neonatal and child morbidity and mortality, through free of charge, high quality health services, community participation and ownership.

Therefore, the project facilitated strong partnerships among civil society organizations (CSO and CBO) and local authorities working in the area.
Since 2011, PuntoSud developed a strong collaboration with EMERGENCY and it provided specific and dedicated services for two projects implemented in Sudan since 2011 to 2019.

During the implementation of the two projects, particular attention has been put on the following aspects:

  • Analysis of the project management, work plan and project’s outputs results;
  • Stakeholder analysis and deviations to plan analyses;
  • Qualitative survey on stakeholders and beneficiaries perception concerning project outcomes;
  • Information concerning relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and impact of the project.

Africa

Sudan

PARTNER

BENEFICIARI

  • 700.000 inhabitants of Mayo and surrounding areas
  • 70.800 outpatients children treated
  • 80.000 mothers and/or carers participating to health education on child health and nutrition.
  • 23.000 women participating to SRH promotion activities.
  • 210 Members of CSO trained

BUDGET PROGETTO
1.5621,77 EUR

ANNO
2011 – 2019

SETTORI DI INTERVENTO  

Capacity building and professional training, Health/Healthcare, Human rights and Governance/Accountability

SDGs
4 Quality Education SDGs Reduced Inequalities

THE HISTORY OF THE PROJECT

DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this contract is:

  • Elaboration of the evaluation report
  • Study of documents related to the project, including sources of verification;
  • Meeting with donor for a briefing;
  • Interview/working groups with EMERGENCY staff;
  • Field visits;
  • Focus groups and interview with local stakeholders;
  • Report writing.

DONORS

Delegation of the European Union to Sudan

PROJECT BUDGET 
862,947 EUR

EVALUATION VALUE

6.000 EUR

DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this contract is:

  • The creation of assessment study tools , collection methods and database
  • To support the periodical analysis of the data collected
  • To support the development of training on research methodology
  • To support and improve the monitoring system in place
  • Elaboration of the final evaluation of the project

DONORS

Delegation of the European Union to Sudan

Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo (AICS)

PROJECT BUDGET 
699.230 EUR

EVALUATION VALUE

7.200 EUR

  • €100.000

    valore progetto

  • 125

    alunni della scuola primaria

  • 250

    genitori

  • 20

    insegnanti

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