Plan international launches a five-year project which aims to strengthen health services in Somaliland, funded by TAKEDA Japan

Strengthening health systems and provision of essential inclusive and age-gender-responsive health services for marginalized populations

Plan international has opened an office in Somaliland and started programmes that focus on child protection, education and youth economic empowerment programming both humanitarian and development setting, working with/through partners and providing technical support to INGOs, Somaliland NGOs and the Government of Somaliland in Plan’s areas of expertise.

Plan International is implementing multi-year project focusing on strengthen sustainability of health systems in Somaliland by the provision of inclusive and age-gender responsive mobile outreach maternal and health care services to 231,000 marginalised women, adolescent girls and children, strengthen health worker capacities and contribute to improving health systems management. 15,000 adolescents will benefit from increased access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) education and adolescent friendly SRH services. In addition, the project will develop technical resources on mobile clinics, incorporating management of complications from female genital mutilation and providing adolescent friendly sexual and reproductive information and services.

Plan international Japan Program officer Taiki gave his remarks on behalf of JNO mentioned this project will allow Japanese people learn about Somaliland and it’s important to know how critical the situation is in Somaliland he also informed his coming visit. #TakedaGlobalCSR