HUMAN ACCESS and UNFPA contribute to reducing mortalities and diseases among mothers and newborns in four governorates
Reproductive Health Support Project
HUMAN ACCESS, in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), implemented the Reproductive Health Support Project during the period from October to December 2020, by supporting fixed health facilities, medical teams and clinics, which targeted (10) districts in Taiz, Hadramout, Al Mahrah and Lahj governorates.
Provide reproductive health services in (10) health facilities
The project constituted an integrated response for pregnant women and children and provided reproductive health services in (10) health facilities in the targeted governorates, benefiting (48,488) women.
The project provided a number of diverse programs in this context, the most prominent of which was the provision of family planning, antenatal, and natural childbirth services, in addition to cesarean delivery, postpartum, and medical examination services. It also carried out health education and awareness activities for the target population.
Reducing maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity
The project contributed to reducing maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity and raising awareness of reproductive health issues, family planning, and the provision of primary health care services.
- Training course for health personnel on newborns and premature infants care at Al-Ghaydah Hospital
- Rehabilitation and training course for health workers in incubators section at Al-Misrakh Hospital
- Supply of reproductive health kits to health facilities in Hadhramaut and Al-Mahra governorates
- Within RH Services Support Project, delivery bags supplied to pregnant women in Hadhramaut and Al-Mahra governorates
- Distribution of delivery kits for pregnant women in Hadhramaut and Al-Mahra governorates
- Reproductive Health Services Support Project provides medical aid to Al-Misrakh Rural Hospital in Taiz Governorate