In the year 2013 the project will continue to increase access to comprehensive SRH services which are gender sensitive. Both static and outreach outlets will be used to increase access to SRH services including FP. The static facilities will be linked to community based outlets (with one model CBD site) to provide integrated SRH services including family planning, safe motherhood, STIs management, laboratory services, treatment of minor illnesses, male circumcision, HIV and AIDS related prevention services like VCT, PMTCT together with information education and counseling. This will go in line with provision of youth friendly SRH service. Procurement of required commodities and supplies will also be done for satisfaction and continuity of clients. Likewise, publicity for image building and demand creation will be done through media and sign boards. Income generation through cost sharing will be enhanced at each static facility for cost recovery and sustainability of services. Furthermore, the project will also focus at increasing CYP through promotion of LAPM by establishing surgical camps and outreach services which will be managed by UMATI in collaboration with MoHSW/RCHS and other partners. Mobile services will be strengthened to reach the poor, underserved and marginalized population.
1. To increase the number of clients on modern contraceptives by 40% from that of year 2012 by the end of 2013
2. To strengthen the capacity of UMATI facilities to provide integrated quality and gender sensitive SRH&R services by the end of year 2013.
Implementation Location: Mtwivila (Iringa), Kabwe (Mbeya), Songea, Temeke, Mnazi Mmoja (Dar es Salaam) and Tanga
Special Clients focus: Underserved men, women and young people in urban and rural areas