Empoderando as Comunidades Através do Fortalecimento Integrado de Sistemas em Nampula
Systems Strengthening Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Behavior Change Maternal & Newborn Health HIV & AIDS Contraception & Family Planning
January 2013
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Empoderando as Comunidades Através do Fortalecimento Integrado de Sistemas em Nampula

The Pathfinder-led Strengthening Communities through Integrated Programming (SCIP) Project is a five-year integrated health and development initiative implemented in 14 districts of Nampula Province in northern Mozambique. The project’s key technical areas include: sexual and reproductive health, family planning, HIV and AIDS, home-based care for the chronically ill, support for orphans and vulnerable children—including youth-focused conservation farming and livelihoods development—maternal, newborn, and child health, and water, sanitation, and hygiene. This brief articulates SCIP’s strategy of integrated systems strengthening, shares a snapshot of its implementation status, and highlights next steps for the project’s remaining two years.

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Empowering Communities through Integrated Systems Strengthening in Northern Mozambique

This brief articulates SCIP’s strategy of integrated systems strengthening, shares a snapshot of its implementation status, and highlights next steps for the project’s remaining two years.

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