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Fostering Resilience and provision of basic medical services for women and girls in Borno State, Nigeria

PROJECT BRIEF SUMMARY:

The KOICA Project titled “Fostering Resilience and provision of basic medical services for women and girls in Borno State, Nigeria” is a component of the UNFPA Humanitarian Response. It is funded by the Korean Government and was introduced in 2018 to be implemented over a period of 4 years. The project which is worth USD 5million was planned to be implemented in communities aected by the Boko Haram crisis in 3 Local Government Areas of Borno State. These are Jere, Konduga and MMC.

The project commenced on 1st January 2018 and is expected to come to an end on 31st December 2021.

The overall objective of the project is to build resilience in communities through the restoration of access to basic health and social services in conflict-affected communities. The specific objectives are:

1. Increase access to comprehensive maternal and child care

2. Increase access to fIstula care

3. Improve capacity for result-based data management system