The ASSP program is structured around the six WHO pillars of health systems strengthening:
- Enhanced health service delivery and quality;
- Improved and sustained human resources;
- Enhanced and appropriate use of medicines and technologies;
- Increased affordability of health services;
- Appropriate and enhanced use of health services; and
- Increased leadership and governance.
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Quarter 1 Results
Number of pregnant women who received three doses of IPT while attending antenatal care: 58,495Number and percentage of 1-yr-old children vaccinated against measles: 78,123Number of Couple Years of Protection (CYPs) achieved through family planning service provision:...
Saved by my Son: A Tushinde Ujeuri Success Story
"The support from the Tushinde program has restored my will to live." Tushinde Ujeuri Project brings hope to one survivor of sexual and gender-based violence in DRC It was mid afternoon, and my 10 year-old son and I were walking home from working in the fields. When...
Combatting Malnutrition in DRC: A Nutrition Success Story
Community relays in Ndesha, Kasai Central are successfully combatting malnutrition in the DRC thanks to ASSP's nutrition training. Combatting Malnutrition One Maman at a TimeMado Betu was a young child of two years and four months but was frail and unable to walk when...