A Model-PHC-region in South Sudan: The Alur-Project I



Contract partner: Austrian Physicians for Rural Medical Care in Africa, Österreichische Ärzte für die medizinische und gesellschaftliche Entwicklung Afrikas Country: Südsudan Funding amount: € 50.000,00 Project start: 01.06.2014 End: 30.11.2015

Short Description:

Overall goal


Das Vorhaben ermöglicht die Ausbildung und Einsetzung eines mobilen nicht-ärztlichen Gesundheitsteams (Community Outreach Team) in der ländlichen Alur-Region im Western Bahr El Ghazal-State des Südsudans. Im Rahmen von Supervision wird das Team zeitweise von österreichischen Ärzten unterstützt. Nach spätestens fünf Jahren ist die Übernahme der MitarbeiterInnen des Community Outreach Teams in die Regelversorgung des staatlichen Gesundheitsdienstes geplant. Dadurch wird rund 35.000 Menschen der Zugang zu medizinischer Basisversorgung ermöglicht sowie die Kinder- und Müttersterblichkeit gesenkt.

Resultate:

Etablierung eines Community Outreach Programms zur Basisgesundheitsversorgung der lokalen Bevölkerung in der Region

Ausreichend qualifiziertes Gesundheitspersonal ist in der entlegenen Alur-Region verfügbar

Verbesserung der Arbeitsbedingungen für Gesundheitspersonal in Primary Health Care Centres

project number 2319-07/2014
source of funding OEZA
sector Basisgesundheit
tied
modality
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