Funded Initiatives for Save the Children International

Initiative Contributions for Save the Children International

#IndicatorContributionDescriptionFiscal Year
1CME guidelines updated and health workers mentored on use of ACS, CHX, MgSo4, Uterotonics (UNCoLSC 2013)Supervision and mentoring of health workersUnder the KMCHI project is Strengthening support supervision and onsite mentorship of health workers in various skills to improve their competence to deliver MNCH services in Ntoroko, a hard to reach district.2015/2016
2All hospitals offer comprehensive EmONC services (EWEC2011)project implementation and improvement• Implementing the Rwenzori Korea Innovative Maternal Child Health Initiative (KIMCHI) in Ntoroko and provides equipment supply for all the maternity wards (delivery beds, examination beds, curtain screens, delivery kit sets, newborn resuscitation equipment, sterilization equipment, medicine trolleys, desks and chairs and neonatal resuscitation beds.) • Infrasturucture improvement e.g. upgrade of Rwangara HC II to HC III and constructing Karugutu HC IV maternity ward and renovation of theatre; renovation of Rwebisengo Health Centre III and Ntoroko Maternity Ward. 2015/2016
3Increase of comprehensive EmONC services in health centres to 50% (EWEC2011)Increase awareness and support•Under the KIMCHI project, increasing access to services at the community level using Save the Children’s social behavior change and community mobilisation tools. The project will also use Community Action Groups, Mother Peer Support Groups and Children's Parliaments to increase awareness, support and demand for maternal and new¬born health services. • Strengthen management of newborn Aphyxia with support from Johnson and Johnson • Saving Newborn Lives (phase 3) aimed at improving the health and survival of newborns by generating and supporting the application of knowledge to improve, expand, and sustain effective coverage of newborn care services and practices at scale. 2015/2016

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NameSave the Children International
Description Save the Children contributes towards the survival of children through high impact programs on newborn and maternal health. It is guided by the National Development Plan and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with key stakeholders including children, civil society organisations, communities, donors, the Government and the media in contributing to the realization of children’s rights. It strives to create impact for children by delivering programmes through partnerships, being innovative, acting as the voice for and of children, achieving results at scale. In Uganda save the children implements programmes in both development and humanitarian contexts.
Added On2015-07-26 09:52:17