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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded SSGI project improved the survival and nutritional status of Malian mothers, newborns, and children under-5 through increased and sustained use of high-impact health services and household practices at scale. Over the life of the program (December 2014-December 2020), SSGI improved the survival and nutritional status of the target population by expanding innovative, evidence-based, high-impact maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH), family planning, malaria, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) interventions, and services to communities living in all districts in the regions of Kayes, Koulikoro, and Sikasso, in Bamako’s six communes and in one district of Gao. SSGI provided financial and technical resources to support the Government of Mali to attain its health objectives and collaborated closely with other USAID bilateral and global projects, as well as other health partners in Mali. A package of integrated health interventions and services formed the core of SSGI’s approach. These were delivered from the household to the health facility in targeted communities using the health center (CSCom) as the cornerstone for program cohesion and expansion. The project area targeted a population of more than 2.6 million women of reproductive age (WRA), more than 2.4 million children under-5, and more than 600,000 newborns annually.
This collection of resources highlights SSGI’s evidence-based programming package of integrated health interventions and services used to reach the project’s results:
Improved demand for quality health services and products and adoption of healthy behaviors at the individual, household and community levels.
Improved access to, and quality of, integrated high-impact health services and appropriate referrals.
Improved health systems management, functioning and accountability at the community, district and regional levels
This collection compiles programmatic information and results, implementation research evidence, case studies, technical briefs, tools and other resources for implementers and project managers that can help improve health interventions in communities and in healthcare institutions.
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