Delivering Reproductive Health Results through Non-State Providers (DRHR) in Pakistan
Field of Expertise:
Health Policy and Governance; PPP and Private Sector; Private sector
Narrative description of project:
UK is providing £30m to support non-state providers deliver reproductive health (RH) results over four years (2012 to 2016) in Pakistan, to improve maternal and new-born health by reducing unintended and high-risk pregnancies, in poor and underserved urban and rural areas in southern Punjab, northern Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
The overall objective of this Mid Term Review (MTR) was to provide a clear and independent assessment of the performance, effectiveness and value for money of the DRHR programme.
Based on the above analysis, propose recommendations to improve the programme until completion and advise on the possibility for closure/continuation/scale-up beyond 2016.
Evaluation of the Flemish supported programmes: "Building institutional capacity at Instituto Nacional de Saúde to strengthen the evidence base of the public health system in Mozambique - phase 1 and 2" - Acronym BICMINS