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Project Title: Technical Assistance to Support the Implementation of the National Health Plan and the Roadmap for the Reduction of Maternal Mortality in    Liberia
Project Location: Liberia
Project Beneficiary: Ministry of Health
Project Amount/Value: EUR 1, 680,000
Funding Agency: European Union under its 10th EDF
Project Duration: 35 Months as of the date of last signature of the Financing Agreement
Implementing Agency: EPOS Health Management (Member of GOPA Consulting Group)

Overall Objective of project: The overall objective of the project of which this contract will be a part is to contribute to improving the health status of the Liberian population in general and to reducing the maternal mortality in particular, by improving the access to and the quality of the Essential Package of Health Services which includes obstetric care.

Purpose of the project: The purpose of this contract is to contribute to the achievement of the objectives and targets set for 2016-2017 in the 10-years strategic health and social welfare plan and in the Roadmap for the reduction of maternal mortality.
This project has three (3) result areas:


Result 1—Capacity Development Plan (CDP) for central office and CHT;
Result 2—Sector-wide common management arrangement developed and implementation supported; and
Result 3—Annual/bi-annual reviews, plans, and budgets developed at central and county level.

The European Union under its 10th European Development Fund has provided funding for a technical assistance programme for the Government of Liberia titled: “Technical Assistance to Support the Implementation of the National Health Plan and the Roadmap to Reducing Maternal Mortality in Liberia”. The Financing Agreement for this programme was signed by three parties: the EU (16/12/2014), GoL (17/12/2014), and the implementing agency—EPOS Health Management (06/01/2015). Implementation began with the signing of the last party in January 2015. The duration of the project from the onset was 35 months (January 2015 to December 2017); however, the implementation was affected by the departure of the first Team Leader/Key Expert 1 which subsequently led to the suspension of activities in 2015. A new Team Leader/Key Expert 1 (Health Planner/Public Health Specialist), Key Expert 2 (Health Economist) and a Deputy Team Leader were recruited and deployed by EPOS in May 2016 to restart activities. Activities resumed in May 2016 and the Inception Report was submitted by EPOS and endorsed by the PSC in July 2016. An addendum was done to the contract based on EPOS’ request for 12 months of extension which was granted by the PSC and the EU. Hence, the duration of the project is now  47 months (January 2015 to December 2018). EPOS has a full office setup at the MoH from it operates. Several other key posts under the project were filled in 2016 (all on contractual basis).

SUMMARY OF IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES THUS FAR
During the first phase of implementation following the restart of the activities under the project in all three result areas as per the new contextualized Terms of Reference activities have been finalized. In the second half year 2016 TA has been provided in three priority areas of the  MoH for the period: the Joint Annual Review 2015/2016 and the Joint Annual Plan 2016/2017 as well as the Development of a County Compact for Improved Partnership in Health for Liberia. Furthermore in the context of the Liberian decentralization strategy  by-laws have been finalized for hospital boards and district health boards, whereas a County Health Boards Operation Manual has been reviewed extensively. Several units of the Ministry of Health have been supported by co-financing activities and by providing expert and core staff inputs in the areas of health financing and of Monitoring and Evaluation in addition to the presentation of the Country Compact. As a result databases have been established and analyzed for country-wide resource mapping and expenditure tracking. Despite the resignation of the second Key Expert there were no significant delays or specific challenges in the delivery of the planned activities as per log-frame and work plan outlined in the Inception Report.

Support to the Liberia Health system to mitigate the impact of the refugee influx from Coted'Ivoire

Contract number

Contracting party

Title

County

Number of health facilities

FED/2012/303-130

Medical Emergency Relief International Charitable Trust

Support to the Liberia Health system to mitigate the impact of the refugee influx from Coted'Ivoire

Grand Gedeh and Maryland Counties

Maryland HF (boniken, old sodoken, Yediaken, Pougbaken, Yookudi, Rock Town Kunokudi, JJ Dosen Hospital) Grand Gedeh HF (Gbarzon HC, Putu Karlowleh, Polar, Beh Town, Gboloken, Tuzon, MTMH)

 

 

Reducing poverty by improving the health status of the population througth an effective and equitable health care system in North Eastern Liberia

Contract number

Contracting party

Title

County

Number of health facilities

FED/2011/261-659

Association Medecins Du Monde

Reducing poverty by improving the health status of the population througth an effective and equitable health care system in North Eastern Liberia

Bong, Nimba and Lofa Counties

C B Dunbar Hospital and 15 clinics: Totata, Zeauzue, Sanoyea, Gbortala, Foequelleh, Garmu, Belefenai, Palala, Zoweinta, Samay, Gbecohn, Shankpalai, Bah-Tah, Gbansusuloma, Jorwah

 

 

Support the National Health Plan of Liberia in Reducing Poverty by Supporting the Implementation of the Basic Package of Health Services Through Service Provision and System Strengthening in Lofa County

Contract number

Contracting party

Title

County

Number of health facilities

FED/2011/261-658

International Rescue Committee Uk

Support the National Health Plan of Liberia in Reducing Poverty by Supporting the Implementation of the Basic Package of Health Services Through Service Provision and System Strengthening in Lofa County

Lofa County

Kolahun Hospital, Foyah Health center and 6 clinics : Fangoda, Kamatahun,Lukasu Popalahun in Kolahun District and Kapadmae, Zinolomae in Voinjama

Support the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in the Implementation of the Basic Package of Health Services in Sinoe County, Liberia

 

Contract number

Contracting party

Title

County

Number of health facilities

FED/2011/261559

Medical Emergency Relief International Charitable Trust

Support the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in the Implementation of the Basic Package of Health Services in Sinoe County, Liberia

Sinoe County

F.J. Grante Hospital and 10 clinics; Butaw, Pyne Town,  Wiah town, chebioh Town, Juarzon, Tubmanville, Jacksonville, Karquepo, Voogbadee, and Nyannawiliken clinics

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Accelerating Reduction of Maternal, Newborn and Child Mortality in Margibi County in the Republic of Liberia

Contract number

Contracting party

Title

County

Number of health facilities

FED/2011/261-545

Save The Children - Liberia

Accelerating Reduction of Maternal, Newborn and Child Mortality in Margibi County in the Republic of Liberia

Margibi County

CH Rennie Hospital, and 7 clinics: Wolola , Yeamain ,

Yanwuellie,  Peter’s Town,

Worhn, Gbaye Town,  and Tucker–Ta

 

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