Health Targeted Program

Health Program focus on working to improve the health to Young children from conception stage, adolescent girls and young women to 25 years. AGH implement programs around IECD by embracing the NCF and programs that are geared at improving maternal health. AGH intervene on prevention, care and treatment of Malaria, HIV/AIDS and other Pandemic diseases. AGH deliver programs on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights as a key factor for Adolescent Girls and Young Women health. By working in partnership with targeted health facilities within rural settings, AGH is re-enforcing proven health intervention strategies to implement integrated HIV/AIDS and WASH programs geared at expanding access to WASH for households directly affected by HIV/AIDS as part improving health, livelihoods and nutrition, using WASH as a non-stigmatizing entry point for community HIV-prevention and support, including uptake of HIV counseling, testing, treatment, and other biomedical prevention services. The goal under this program is to improve the general health and wellbeing of children from conception stage, adolescent girls and young women within Mwanza, Simiyu and Dodoma regions. 

AGH will use a double S (SS) triplet approach to ECD – (SS)3. (SS) triplet methodology works as follow: Firstly, ECD Service Supply/Delivery (SS) aims at mobilizing joint community efforts towards responsive caregiving and early learning by reflecting on the Nurturing Care Framework for early childhood development. Secondly, ECD System Strengthening (SS) works to mobilize and enhance a multisectoral response to responding and being accountable on ensuring that communities have child supportive and friendly nurturing environment, systems and structures and make use of social accountability to enhancing quality ECD service provision. Thirdly, SocioeconomicStrengthening (SS) for building social economical aspect of the households and community so that are supportive of ECD service provision. AGH will embrace Community Engagement; Adolescent Girls Empowerment on health issues; Behaviour Change Communication and Campaign; Strengthen Community Network and Health Systems through Public Private Partnership (PPP).

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