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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Humanitarian-Development Nexus: Strengthening preparedness andresponse of the health system addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic inSudan

This aim of this project is to sustainably strengthen the health system in Sudan for epidemic preparedness and response addressing the needs of the COVID-19 pandemic in the the country.

Since there was a clear need to continue providing support to a COVID-19 response in Sudan that addresses the ongoing crisis and provides elements of a sustainable strengthening of the health system and epidemiological preparedness and response, a top-up of €10.2 million to this project was approved in September 2020.

Main objectives

The specific objectives of the project are:

1) Governance and coordination to control and minimize the spread of COVID-19 are strengthened;

2) Surveillance, rapid response and laboratory capacities are strengthened;

3) Capacity to isolate and manage cases is strengthened;

4) Risk communication and WASH measures at health facility level are strengthened;

5) Essential PHC and emergency care services are maintained.


EUR 20 050 000

Humanitarian-Development Nexus: Strengthening preparedness and response of the health system addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic in Sudan (COVID-19 RESPONSE SUDAN)

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2 DE MARÇO DE 2023
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Region and Country
Horn of Africa
Strengthening resilience of communities
World Health Organization

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