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Improving child survival remains a major challenge in the Republic of South Sudan. Community-based primary healthcare is key to tackling childhood illnesses and to achieving universal health coverage. In 2016, the government launched its flagship strategy: the Boma Health Initiative.
Despite recent progress in tackling malaria-related morbidity and mortality, malaria still poses a barrier to social and economic development in Ethiopia. Through the Transform: Primary Health Care project, we supported government efforts to reduce preventable maternal and child deaths.
We supported the Ministry of Health in Uganda to strengthen referral systems for under fives with danger signs, and to deliver integrated community level services for maternal, newborn and child health; water, sanitation and hygiene; and nutrition.
We echo the World Health Organization’s 2019 call for greater support for those most vulnerable to malaria — pregnant women and children under five — and believe that strengthening existing health systems is one of the most sustainable approaches for…