This project is funded and designed to provide quality and equitable BPHS services based on Pay for Performance (P4P) grant to the targeted population of Takhar province using (Sehatmandi) project under the stewardship of the MoPH and with aim to reduce preventable morbidity and mortality among the Takhar population, especially the most vulnerable target including women and under-five children. BDN has been providing health services since Jan 2021 under Sehatmandi project till 30 June 2021 in Takhar province and then under sustaining the Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) grant UNDP/GF supported Sehatmandi project for one month from 1st Oct 2021 till 31 Oct 2021.in addition, from Nov-2021 WHO initiated support to Sehatmandi project This project includes support to improve access and quality of BPHS/EPHS services. The contract duration is three (3) months, started on Nov 01, 2021 and it is going to be completed on January 31, 2022.
The project provide Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) across the province through a network of 84 HFs including 4 District Hospitals (DH), one CHC+, 11 Comprehensive Health Centers (CHC), 34 Basic Health Centers (BHC), 33 Preliminary Health Centers (PHC), one prison health center (G1), and 523 HPs.
- Community-Based Malaria Control Program through Global Fund New Funding Model: In April 2021 BDN started community-based Malaria control program in Takhar province with the support of UNDP to further contribute to reduction in malaria-related mortality and morbidity. The program focuses on increasing public awareness about malaria, improving diagnosis of confirmed malaria cases in the community and in the health facilities with no laboratory facility, and effective treatment of malaria. The health posts and health centers there is no laboratory facility are provided with Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) and required trainings to CHWS and health facilities staff were conducted about the screening of the suspect malaria cases and treatment of confirmed cases. The main purpose of this program is implementation of malaria and delivery of malaria services by CHWs (Community health workers).
- Furthermore, in response to the prevention of Corona, BDN Takhar kept active actions and proper follows the previous developed a response plan at the provincial level. BDN become active member of established committees to work closely with PPHD and stakeholders to control the spreading Corona virus and managing the infected cases in Takhar Province.
- In addition, BDN has signed a three-month contract effective from 1 April – 31 June 2021 with WFP and extended until 31 December 2021. To implement the Targeted Supplementary Feeding Program (TSFP) in 50 health facilities. The project aims to detect moderate acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months, lactating and pregnant women, and distribute RUSF to children 6-59 months and super cereal flour for pregnant and lactating women. The total beneficiaries to cover in this program are (44597)