SEHATMANDI BADGHIS: Through the The BPHS-EPHS/Sehatmandi Badghis Project MMRCA provided preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative services including seven components of BPHS and advance obstetrics and surgical services through 1PH, 1-DH, 4 CHCs, 19 BHCs, 21-SCs, 3 FHH, 2 MHNTs, 1 prison health centre and 311 HPs to the entire population of Badghis province. The project was implemented from 1st Jan 2019 to 31st Jan 2023.
In addition under the CHNE and CME programs a total of 24 community nurses and 24 community midwives were graduated and most of them were deployed at various HFs.
SEHATMANDI FARYAB PROVINCE: Though the BPHS-EPHS/Sehatmandi Faryab Project MMRCA has provided preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative services including seven components of BPHS and advance obstetrics and surgical services through 1PH, 2-DHs, 4 CHC+, 10 CHCs, 21 BHCs, 26-SCs and 574 HPs.The project was implemented from 1st Feb 2022 to 31st Jan 2023.
Ghazni SEHAT II/BPHS Project: This was a 36 months project funded by the World Bank through the Ministry of Public Health. The project was implemented in cluster 2-of Ghazni province from 1st July 2015 till 31st December 2018. Through this project MMRCA provided community and district level primary and health facility and district hospital level health services to 524,700 population of Abband, Ander, Dehyak, Ghazni Center (Esphandi Village), Gillan, Giro, Muqer, Nawa, Qarabagh and Zanakhan districts. The primary and secondary health services were provided through the below number of health facilities;
- District Hospitals = 3
- Comprehensive Health Centers = 9
- Basic Health Centers = 14
- Health Sub-Centers = 21
- Health Posts = 611
Community Health Nursing Education Project Ghazni: MMRCA as lead agency was sub-contracted community Health Nursing Education Project as part of SEHAT II contract to a national NGO, the relief and humanitarian Development Organization (RHDO). The ultimate outcome of the project were successful graduation and deployment of 24 female nurses from various districts of Ghazni province over a period of two year. The training was started on 1st Feb 2016 and ended in Feb 2018; the venue of the training and accommodation of students were made in a well secure rented facility in Ghazni city.
Targeted Supplementary Feeding Programme (TSFP) Ghazni: The project was granted by the World Food Programme and since July 2016 up to April 2016 about 28,969 beneficiaries including MAM children and MAM PLW received food commodities and are being prevented from moderate malnutrition, similarly MMRCA provided nutrition related trainings to doctors, midwives, nurses, CHSs and CHWs
Global Fund Malaria Control Project: MMRCA has been awarded by the UNDP for the implementation of THE MALARIA PROJECT FUNDED BY THE GLOBAL FUND. The Objective of the Project is to strengthen and Scale-up Malaria Prevention and Case Management to improve Health Status in Afghanistan. The agreement with UNDP is initially for six months from 1st July 2016 to 31st December 2016 and will be extended for another one year. The Project will be implemented in Aaband, Ander, Arjestan, Bahram Shaheed, Dehyak, Geelan, Giro, Ghazni City, Jaghoori, Khwaja Omary, Malestan, Moquer, Nawa, Nawur, Qarabagh, Rasheedan, Waghuz, Wali Mohammad Shaheed and Zanakhan Districts.
The project is focusing on two important activities; the case management and vector control; these two components will be supported by training of HFs staff, distribution of RDTs to diagnose malaria and ACTs for the treatment of uncomplicated Pf malaria, the prevention part will be carried out by distribution of LLINs.
The agreement is effective from the date signed below by each party and remains in force until 31st March 2019.
Support to IDPs at Bagrami District: The MMRCA from its own capacity and influence of the management board has provided food and non food items to around 300 families to IDP’s camp in Bagrami District. Similarly it has launched free medical amps at frequent intervals in the same IDP camp.
Clean Village Project (WASH): This Project was funded by UNICEF, the scope of the project was to empower communities through the provision of two different but interlinked life promoting and behavior change services included the provision of WATSAN facilities and personal/community hygiene education in Kabul, Kapisa, Paktika and Paktia provinces under UNICEF annual work plan 2008 and 2009.
MMRCA through the involvement of CDCs at each village and through communities and families mobilization has conducted construction and health education activities included construction of family/community latrines and bio-sand Water filters. The project was started since first September 2008’ and ended in February 2009. Through this project MMRC-A was able to reach to ‘800’ families in Kabul, Kapisa, Paktia and Paktika by constructing one latrine to each family and to ‘120’ families in Kapisa by the provision of one bio-sand water filter to each family. MMRC-A has reached and provided awareness to ‘5000’ adult population and ‘1800’ school children.
Global fund TB control Project: MMRCA as a sub-recipient of the global fund round ‘8’ is awarded the TB control project by BRAC Afghanistan and has implemented the TB control related activities in Logar Province. The project was started in February 2010 and ended in March 2012.
Global Fund Malaria control Project Training component: MMRCA as a sub recipient of the GF round ‘8’ has implemented the Malaria control Project awarded by BRAC Afghanistan. The project was scoped to provide trainings and builds the capacities of local health staff in areas concerning the control of Malaria. The project was started in May 2010 and ended in Jan 2012.
Global Fund Malaria control Project Bed net distribution component: The project is funded by GF round ‘8’ and MMRCA as a sub-recipient has been awarded a grant by HN-TPO to provide technical support to the Malaria control project by the distribution of bed nets in Faryab and Logar Provinces. The project was started in June 2010 and ended in Dec 2011.
Jalasa-e-Sehie Jamia (JSJ) Project: The project was funded by Futures group as prime contractor of USAID and was implemented by MMRC-A, in first round in four district of Ghazni and in the second round in four districts of Logar, Paktia, Takhar and Badakhshan Provinces. The third round was in four districts of Sar-i-pul and four districts of Heart provinces. This was COMPRI-A outreach community based project scoped in providing effective health messages and dispels misconception and barriers. The aim of the project was to promote the COMPRI-A quality reproductive and child public health products and safe water system, family planning and control of diarrheal diseases by establishing Jalasa Sehei Jamia (community health meetings) at village level separately for males and females.
Integrated Maternal and child health Nutrition project (IMCHN). The project is funded by UNICEF and MMRCA has to provide MCH, EPI and nutritional health services and support to the BPHS services implementing in Bagrami district. The project has started in June 2010 and ended in May 2011.
Medical Screening Project: The project was funded by MSJV as prime contractor of US Corps for the medical screening and checkup of national staff working in PRT Paktia. The project was implemented from July 2008-June2009 and totally ‘500’ PRT national staff has been screened in the first year of the project. The services included pick and drop of staff from their base-vice versa, complete physical examination and performance of the complete laboratory investigation and X-ray chest.
Support the Provision of Basic Packages of Health Services in Bagrami district of Kabul Province: The project was funded by the global partner and MMRC-A had provided technical and financial support to a health facility that is providing BPHS services in Kamari village of Bagrami district.
UNICEF Community Wells Rehabilitation Project: The project has been implemented in Paktya, Paktika and Khost Project with the following outcomes:
- 350 community wells rehabilitated in all three provinces
- Community based awareness in regards to infectious diseases control provided
Community based committee at each village for the operation, maintenance and sustainability purposes have been established.
The list of MMRCA completed project is as below;
|1||01-October 2021- 30-Oct 2021||BPHS-EPHS/Sehatmandi Badghis||UNDP-GF||23,713,003 AFN|
|2||Nov 2021-Jan 2022||Sustaining the basic package of health services (BPHS) and essential package of health services (EPHS) under the Sehatmandi Project in Badghis province of Afghanistan.||UNICEF||807,103 USD|
|3||Feb 2022-Jan 2023||Support of Primary Health Care Services BPHS in Badghis and Faryab provinces and extension of BPHS and EPHS on monthly wise from July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec 2021 and January 2022||UNICEF||8,709,142 USD|
|4||Feb-June 2022||Support of Secondary Health Care Services EPHS in Faryab province||WHO||894,137 USD|
|5||Feb-June 2022||Support of Secondary Health Care Services EPHS in Badghis province||WHO||672,721 USD|
|6||Jan 2021-Dec 2021||TBRSSH Nangarhar, Khost, Pakia, Paktika, Ghazni, Kunar, Nooristan, Lagman Provinces||UNDP-GF||36,677,810 AFN|
|7||Jan 2022-Dec 2022||TBRSSH Nangarhar, Khost, Pakia, Paktika, Ghazni, Kunar, Nooristan, Lagman Provinces||UNDP-GF||52,822,776 AFN|
|8||Jan 2021-Dec 2021||Scaling up HIV Interventions among key population in Afghanistan (Kunduz and Balkh provinces) + COVID-19 Activities in Badakhshan province||UNDP-GF||19,507,740 AFN|
|9||Jan 2022-Dec 202||Scaling up HIV Interventions among key population in Afghanistan (Kunduz and Balkh provinces) + COVID-19 Activities in Badakhshan province||UNDP-GF||42,337,917 AFN|
|10||Jan 2021-April 2021||TSFP Badghis||WFP||2,777,131AFN|
|11||May 2021-Dec 2021||TSFP Badghis||WFP||6,497,639AFN|
|12||Jan 2022-Dec 2022||TSFP Badghis||WFP||17,355,779 AFN|
|13||21 Jun-20 Dec 2021 and amendment up to Mar 2022||UNOCHA – Truama project Badghis province (MMRCA)||JOHANNITER-AHF||283,330 USD|
|14||July 2022-April 2023||UNOCHA – MHTs project Badghis province (MMRCA)||JOHANNITER-AHF||284,802 USD|
|15||June-Dec 2022||COVID-19 response and case management Badghis||AHF||267,482 USD|
|S. No||Contract Duration||Project||Donor||Fund|
|1||Jan 2019-June 2021||BPHS-EPHS/Sehatmandi Badghis||MOPH/World Bank||731,641,338 AFN|
|2||Apr 2019-Dec 2020||Strengthening and Scaling-up of Malaria Prevention and Case Management Badghis||UNDP-GF||4,463,530 AFN|
|3||Jan 2019-Dec 2020||TSFP Badghis||WFP||13,740,277 AFN|
|4||Mar 2019-Dec 2020||TBRSSH Kandahar, Helmand, Urozgan and Zabul Provinces||UNDP-GF||28,641,400 AFN|
|5||OCT 2019-Mar 2021||Community Based Outreach Vaccination through two mobile teams in Badghis Province to cover white areas||MoPH-HSS/GAVI||2,421,254 AFN|
|6||May 2020-Nov 2021||Covid-19 Badghis including one 20 beds isolation ward, 5 RRTs and 5-district centers||MoPH/World Bank||122,381,771 AFN|
|7||May 2020-Nov 2020||3rd party monitoring of 32 mobile and fixed centers under Covid-19 project||UNDP-GF||2,800,230 AFN|
|1||June 2015-Dec 2018||BPHS Gahzni /CHNE||MOPH/USAID/World Bank/ SEHAT II Afghanistan||670,530,684 AFN|
|2||Jan-2018 – Jun 2018||First Aid Trauma/FATP||WHO||4,934,709 AFN|
|3||July 2016-Dec 2017||Strengthening and Scaling-up of Malaria Prevention and Case Management||GF/UNDP||131,000 USD|
|4||July 2015-Dec 2017||TSFP Project||WFP||8,742,964 AFN|
|5||July 2015-June 2017||TSFP Project||WFP||8,742,964 AFN|
|6||Aug 2015- Oct 2015||EPI Initial Training Project of 81 vaccinators Kunar, Nangrhar, Helmand and Kandahar||WHO||139,741 USD|
|7||Mar 2014-Mar 2015||EPI Initial Training Project of 151 vaccinators Central, north, north east and West Regions||AADA/HSS-MoPH||299,000 USD|
|8||Mar 2012 – Feb 2013||Community IMCI Kunduz, Takhar, Baghlan and Badakhshan provinces||ACTD/GAVI Fund||246,182 USD|
|9||May 2010 – Jan 2012||Malaria Control project in Faryab and Logar Provinces||BRAC/GF|
|10||Sep 2012 – Dec 2012||Community Wells Rehabilitation Paktia, Paktika and Khost Provinces||UNICEF||4,063,325 AFN|
|11||Feb 2010 – Mar 2012.||TB Control Project in Logar and Faryab Provinces||BRAC/GF||51,881 Euro|
|12||June 2010-Dec 2011||Malaria Control through LLIN Distribution in Faryab and Logar Provinces||HN-TPO/GF||110,366.55 Euro|
|13||Jun 2010 – May 2011||Integrated Maternal & Child Health and Nutrition (IMCHN) Bagrami Kabul. Provided EPI, Health Education and Nutrition Services to children and mothers in Bagrami District Kabul||UNICEF||1,672,294 AFN|
|14||Apr 2011 – Oct 2011||Expanding Access to private Sector Health Products and Services through Jalasa-e-Sehie Jamia Heart and Saripul Provinces||Future Group/ COMPARI||91,997 USD|
|15||Mar 2011 – Aug 2011||Expanding Access to private Sector Health Products and Services through Jalasa-e-Sehie Jamia Logar, Paktia. Takhar and Badakhshan Provinces||Future Group/ COMPARI||118,997 USD|
|16||July 2009 – Jan 2010||Expanding Access to private Sector Health Products and Services through Jalasa-e-Sehie Jamia Ghazni Province||Future Group/ COMPARI||36,494 USD|
|17||Jan 2011 – Dec 2011||Medical Partnership Project to support the provision of Basic Health Services in Kamari Village Kabul||Global Partner||23,640 USD|
|18||Dec 2009 – Nov 2010||Medical Partnership Project to support the provision of Basic Health Services in Kamari Village Kabul||Global Partner||10,000 USD|
|19||Sep 2009 – Feb 2010||Third Party Monitoring of Education Activities in Paktia, Khost and Paktika Provinces||UNICEF||4,122,500 AFN|
|20||Dec 2008 – Feb 2009||Third Party Monitoring of Education Activities in Paktika Province||UNICEF||9,991USD|
|21||Sep 2009 – Jan 2010||Clean Village and Bio-Sand Water Filters Production in Kapisa Province||UNICEF||4,657,000 AFN|
|22||October-Dec 2008||Clean Village Project Kabul, Kapisa and Paktia Provinces||UNICEF||2,061,000 AFN|
|23||July 2008-June 2009||Medical Screening Project of national army staff Gardez Paktia||SMART Tech and Masoud Foundation||52,977 USD|
|24||2011-2014||Support to the service delivery in University Eye Teaching Hospital (UEH Teaching Hospital), MoHE||Collection of fee by MMRCA from clients and its use for pharmaceutical, rehabilitation, optics, equipment, staffing and other purposes|