Integrated Multisectoral Assistance for Conflict-Affected Vulnerable Populations in Greater Maiduguri (MMC-JERE)

Funded by: BHA/USAID | Duration: July 2021 – May 2026

Background

The MMC/JERE project is funded by USAID to provide health system support to three government PHCs in Borno State through the provision of health care services such as maternal and child health including family planning, communicable/non-communicable diseases, immunization and outbreak response, and WASH in facilities. The focus is to meet the immediate basic needs of newly displaced households and ensure vulnerable families have access to survival Food, Shelter, Shelter & Settlement Non-food Items (NFIs), and Clean Water; while receiving health, nutrition, and protection services needed to survive and be protected. This project Is Implemented across three sectors health, protection and WASH. It Is Implemented through Save the Children (Lead), FHI 360, Green Code, and EYN. Other Partners include the Ministry of Health (MOH), Borno State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (SPHCDA), MMC local Health Authority, Primary healthcare facilities, and community leaders. The project locations are Bolori, Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC), and Borno State.

Goals

·       The goal is to improve access to quality, life-saving health interventions to meet the health needs of vulnerable populations.