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MLI/016
Basic Health Services Support Programme

Information

This project is closed since 31.12.2014.

Country
Mali
LuxDev's Regional office
Dakar

Sector
Health
Partner execution agency
Ministère de la Santé, Ministère du
Développement social, de la Solidarité et des Personnes âgées
PIC 2
2007 - 2011

Implementation period
August 2008 - December 2014
Total duration
76 months

Total budget
13,987,930 EUR
Contribution breakdown
  • Luxembourg Government
    9,037,238 EUR
  • Gouvernement du Mali
    4,038,000 EUR
  • Gouvernement du Mali
    912,692 EUR

Final evaluation

This first large-scale project in the health sector under the Luxembourg bilateral Cooperation with Mali supports the national sector-based policy and the national basic healthcare support programme (PASAB). The activities concentrate on the area around Ségou and the county of Yorosso in the Sikasso region.

In collaboration with the other technical and financial partners of Mali, notably the UN agencies which are co-financed by the Luxembourg Cooperation, PASAB contributes to the implementation of the national development programme of socio-sanitation (PRODESS II). This support aims in particular to improve sanitary infrastructure by improving and restoring the technical support of communal health centres and by building new communal health centres in areas where none existed hitherto. The programme takes into account the specificities of healthcare centres with a large population by supporting their medicalisation and contributes to improvements in the quality of health services offered to the population.

Just like for the other interventions under the Indicative Cooperation Programme (ICP) 2007-2011, the modus operandi of this project will strengthen operational capacities of the institutions responsible for the implementation and management of basic healthcare by supporting them in their new responsibilities which have been conferred on them by the decentralisation process.