Programs Partners

CCRDA-FHAPCO Project

Title of Project: Enhancing CSOs’ Contribution in the National Impact Mitigation of HIV/AIDS through Better Coordination and Strengthening their Organizational Effectiveness

Implementation Period: March 01, 2016 – December 31, 2017

Reporting period: March 01, 2016 – December 31, 2017

Total Project Budget: 23,446,395 ETB

Overall Objective

To contribute towards the national impact mitigation of HIV and AIDS through enhancing harmonization, capacity building and better coordination among member organizations working on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) care and support at the community level. 

Specific Objectives

  • To strengthen the coordination capacity of the CCRDA secretariat for rolling out Community based OVC care and Support
  • To strengthen the capacity of community based OVC care and Support system at the community level through supporting member NGOs organizations

Implementation Strategies:

  • Capacity building and Sub-granting of member organization

Implementing Partners:

  • CCRDA Member organizations(Resident charities)

Major Achievements

  • 361 HEWs trained on community engagement Approach and its rollout process
  • 161 health service providers trained on youth friendly RMNH service expansion and quality service enhancement
  • 24,947 community members mobilized for utilization of Key RMNH services
  • More than 134,000 women utilized the RMNH services in the catchment areas
  • 15 Health Centers furnished with new solar power energy and 5 health centers equipped with water supply schemes
  • 17 Health centers strengthened in HMIS data management system
  • 8 new MWH constructed and 5 existing MWR strengthened
  • 21 health centers strengthened in new born corners lifesaving equipment’s and supplies
  • 23,028 community, leaders, religious clan leader sensitized on RMNH
  • 13 school clubs established and strengthened
  • 2750 IEC/BCC materials on RMNCH printed and disseminated to all health facilities in the catchment areas
  • 549 women SHGs members trained on business skill
  • 500 adolescent girls, boys, married men and women empowered on RMNH service utilization
  • 220 RMNH good will ambassador trained on gender equality , HTP etc
  • 14 health centers board members established and strengthened
  • 215 health facility board members and health service providers trained on accountability and responsiveness of service provision
  • 9 Health Centers rolling out complaint handling systems