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Monitoring the progress of the IMDAD project for UNICEF in Yemen

The i-APS team in Yemen is working with UNICEF to independently verify the progress and performance of the IMDAD project across 350 health facilities in Yemen. The project supports health facilities across Yemen by providing operational costs and health worker per-diems, medicines, supplies, training, and supervision to primary health care facilities. This project supports the delivery of the Minimum Service Package (MSP) aimed at strengthening the access and availability of health care services in Yemen. Please see the video below to learn more about our partnership with UNICEF Yemen.

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