In 2014, the World Bank's Fund for the Poorest Countries (IDA) approved a $40.5 million credit to help the government implement a social safety net system. The project allowed for the design of tools integrating existing safety net programs and creating a transparent, community-driven process for identifying beneficiaries.
Transform Health Senegal strategic planning workshop
Develop a collective understanding of digital health in Senegal, identify common goals and initiate discussion of a national advocacy mobilization plan and reflect on the process of building a national coalition with all stakeholders to support the digital transformation of health in Senegal. This [...]
Youth and risky behaviour: Mbour authorities join in awareness-raising
On the occasion of a Health Forum on the management of HIV and sexual violence on 02 May 2019 in Mbour, the office of ENDA Santé invited health professionals including the coordinator of the Ambulatory Treatment Unit, a Head Nurse, midwives and social workers but also the [...].
FEVE in Guinea Bissau: ENDA Santé as a player in the HIV response
In Guinea-Bissau, HIV prevalence is 3.3% in the general population. In the Tombali region, bordering Guinea-Conakry, HIV prevalence among pregnant women is 5.3% (INASA, 2014). Between 2011 and 2012, a survey conducted by ENDA Santé as part of the health project [...]