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Malawi: Support for Service Delivery Integration - Services Program

The Support for Service Delivery Integration – Services (SSDI-Services) program is led by JHPIEGO and is implemented in partnership with Save the Children, CARE, and Plan International, as well as 10 local community-based organizations. Funded by USAID, SSDI focuses on improving access to services and enhancing the quality of care through training, clinical mentoring, supervision, and facility improvements, as well as increasing community participation for better health outcomes. It leverages the work of two other USAID-funded projects— SSDI-Communication (led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs) and SSDI-Systems (led by Abt Associates)—to support a comprehensive approach to strengthening health systems in 15 targeted districts. Under this project, the team has been implementing interventions in maternal and newborn health (MNH), child health, family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH), HIV, malaria, and nutrition. In addition, the project works in the areas of mentoring, performance and quality improvement, community mobilization and community-based services, performance-based incentives, and monitoring and evaluation. Plan, focusing in Malawi’s Northern Zone, identifies and mitigates key determinants of risky behavior by expanding community-based behavioral interventions and strengthening linkages between community/facility-based services.

Donor
USAID/Prime: JHPIEGO
Amount
$4,500,000
Project Start Date
October 2011
Project End Date
February 2017
Technical Areas Covered
Maternal and Neonatal Health; Child Health, Family Planning and Reproductive Health; Malaria; Nutrition; HIV/AIDS

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