The SDF has started implementing the project since 20th of July 2018 and will last up to the 31st March 2019. The project is based on "Strengthening the Provision of Minimum Health Service Package" where it provides the health facilities with necessary medical equipment and supplies to provide quality health services in the targeted health facilities. It also supports the health specialists in the targeted rural hospitals with incentives to enable them to provide quality health services, in addition to supporting staff in the targeted health facilities with monthly incentives, and supporting the health facilities with integrated solar energy systems for the operation of health facilities for 24 hours. The project also provides WASH services (hygiene and environmental sanitation) through the provision of water to health facilities, and the provision of maintenance services. The project will also provide building of capacity building of the health workers and community committees in the targeted districts in the field of first aid in emergency situations and the transfer of complex cases to qualify the health workers to response to Emergency situations in conflict-affected areas.
To focus fully on the goals of sustainable
development and humanitarian response.