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Le projet AmplifyPF au Niger: une approche innovante pour mobiliser les ressources locales par les communautés pour la santé reproductive

Pour répondre aux défis de financement des services de la santé de la reproduction au Niger, le projet AmplifyPF travaille avec les membres de la communauté pour apporter des solutions locales aux problèmes de fonctionnement des formations sanitaires. Des comités techniques d’appui aux Districts sanitaires appelés CTAR composé des parties prenantes ont été mis en place et formés par le projet en technique de mobilisation des ressources locales. L’impact sur le terrain est extraordinaire. Rejoignez les experts du projet AmplifyPF dans les discussions sur cette approche innovante et son impact sur la santé des communautés au Niger. 

Dans le cadre de la clôture d’AmplifyPF, Pathfinder organisera une série de webinaires de fin de projet. Veuillez rester à l’écoute pour plus d’informations sur les webinaires d’AmplifyPF qui vont concerner la Côte d’Ivoire et le Togo. REGISTRE >>

The AmplifyFP Project in Niger: An innovative approach to mobilizing local resources by communities for reproductive health

To address the challenges of financing reproductive health services in Niger, the AmplifyPF project works with community members to provide local solutions to the problems of operating health facilities. Technical committees for the support of health districts, called CTARs, composed of stakeholders, have been set up and trained by the project in local resource mobilization techniques. The impact on the ground is amazing. Join AmplifyPF experts in discussing this innovative approach and its impact on community health in Niger. 

As part of AmplifyPF’s close-out, Pathfinder will be hosting a series of end-of-project webinars. Please stay tuned for more information on AmplifyPF’s webinars featuring Côte d’Ivoire and Togo. REGISTER >>

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