European Union Support to scale up Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes in Adamawa and Kebbi States


The European Union supported Adamawa and Kebbi States with the grant of C30m in May 2013, to scale up Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in the States. The project has the following 5 Components:

Component 1 : Improved communication and timely health seeking behaviour by women and children

Component 2 : Increased Health Financial and Geographical Access for the poor and marginalized rural women and their families

Component 3 : Improved Health Service Delivery through functional health facilities;

Component 4 : Improved maternal, new-born and child nutrition

Component 5 : Improving governance systems following the DART   (Decentralized, Action-Oriented, Responsive and Transparent) principles

The project was commenced in May 2013 and will end in May 2017. The Mid-Term Evaluation draft report (Draft Consolidated MNCH MTE ReportV2) is here for your comments.