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PREPARE-BURKINA strengthens the delivery of quality family planning; reproductive health; maternal, newborn, and child health; nutrition; and water, hygiene and sanitation services in three regions of Burkina Faso (Centre Nord, Sahel, and Est). This project supports marginalized and vulnerable communities to become more resilient, including women and young people who face chronic poverty, illiteracy, water scarcity, and under/unemployment.

Project Date: 2020 - 2025
Funder: USAID
Country: Burkina Faso

What We Do

  • Increase availability and accessibility of quality health services, including family planning, maternal and child health, and nutrition services.
  • Rebuild communities’ confidence in health structures and health authorities.
  • Strengthen links between community and facility health services.
  • Enhance disaster preparedness, management, and response.
  • Empower and engage youth.

Project Staff Members

Bob de Wolfe

Project Director/Chief of Party PREPARE Project, Burkina Faso

Robert de Wolfe has accumulated over 30 years of technical and management development experience in Africa. He served as Project Director for SPRING in Senegal – improving lives through better...

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