With funding from USAID under the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) led by Jhpiego, the Integrated Service Delivery Project (ISDP) aims to make available a standardised, functional, equipped and staffed health facilities able to provide a minimum package of quality Primary Health Care (PHC) services. Interventions have a focus on maternal and child health care. The project is also keen to work with communities to raise awareness and mobilise them towards their own health issues.
Achievements as of September 2015
We are known for implementing successful projects in health. AAH South Sudan through the USAID-funded ISDP project has supported 71,873 people to access curative and consultative services. In addition, we have also supported the vaccination of 15,890 children from life-threatening illnesses.. Additionally, 45 HIV-positive women have been supported to access EMTCT (Elimination of Mother to Child Transmissions) services while a further 12,248 have been supported to receive malaria prevention treatment. 2,225 deliveries have been conducted in health facilities by SBAs (Skilled Birth Attendants).
Project Title: Integrated Service Delivery Project (ISDP)
Start Date: August 2012
Managing Agent: JHPIEGO
Project Area: Western and Central Equatoria States.