Health Projects

YEAR

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

SCOPE/OBJECTIVES

CONTRACT NUMBER

VALUE in US$

2010

6 Fata agencies and 4 districts of Kyber Pukhtoonkhwa The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (Mercy Corps) Reducing the burden of Tuberculosis in Pakistan by Improving Access to Quality Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course (DOTS) and Multi-Drug Resistance tuberculosis (MDR-TB) Care Services (GFR-9) 1. To pursue high-quality DOTS through countrywide quality assured bacteriology
5. To enhance the capacity of public and private sectors to effectively detect and manage smear positive MDR-TB incident cases
PKS-910-G11-T-SR-ACD 1,070,636

2010

13 Districts of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and Baluchistan The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (Mercy Corps) Reducing the burden of Tuberculosis in Pakistan by Improving Access to Quality Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course (DOTS) and Multi-Drug Resistance tuberculosis (MDR-TB) Care Services (GFR-9) 3.-To empower vulnerable to, or affected by TB through undertaking advocacy, communication and social mobilization (ACSM) activities
6-To offer quality care to TB patients through a network of enabled private sector and parastatal hospitals/clinics and laboratories
PKS-910-G12-T-SR-ACD 1,412,184

2010

23 districts of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, 7 FATA agencies and 5 FANA districts The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (GreenStar Social Marketing Pakistan) Bridging the gap for TB Treatment (GFR-8) 1- Pursue high quality DOTS expansion and enhancement, through human resource development, training of health care providers on TB drugs management PKS-809-G10-T-ACD 207,590

2008-09

3 FATA Agencies i.e. Khyber, Bajaur, Kurram and 3 districts Mardan, Bannu, Lakki Marwat The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (Directorate of Malaria Control Islamabad) (GFR-7) To reduce the prevalence of Malaria in highly endemic districts of NWFP Pakistan 1- Strengthening of existing diagnostic services in target districts
2- Scale-up LLITN coverage in round 2 target districts with special emphasis on pregnant women and children under 5 years of age and introduction of LLIN in other target districts through MCH centers and other identified outlets.
PKS-708-G08-M-ACD 698,135

2008-09

6 FATA Agencies i.e. Khyber, Mohmand, Bajaur, Orakzai, Kurram, South Waziristan The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (National TB Control Programme) Pursue High Quality DOTS Enhancement through Quality-Assured Bacteriology (GFR-6) 1-To pursue high-quality DOTS through countrywide quality assured
bacteriology
PKS-607-G07-T-SR-ACD 227,597

2008-09

5 districts of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa i.e Peshawar, Charsadda, Nowshera, Mardan and Swabi The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria PR (Mercy Corps) ACSM Component Moving towards comprehensive DOTS (GFR-6) 3-To empower people with TB, and Communities (Advocacy, Communication
and Social mobilization)
PKS-607-G06-T-SR-ACD 746,054

2006-07

9 Districts of NWFP ie. Peshawar, Charsadda, Kohat, Karak, Bannu, Di Khan, Malakan, Upper Dir, Lower Dir) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lungs Diseases Paris Strengthening DOTS implementation in NWFP of Pakistan through intersectoral collaboration Fidelis : Funds for Innovative DOTS Expansion through Local Initiatives to Stop TB 1. Strengthen capacity and promote supervision of the government, para-government health institutions and private sector to promote and facilitate implementation of DOTS strategy for tuberculosis control according to the WHO standards
2. Increase detection of new sputum smear positive (NSP) cases and cure atleast 90% of the registered cases in the public, private and para-government health facilities in NWFP
3. Improve awareness in the target community about spread and treatment of Tuberculosis
Project ID: 2005-fid-5-031 164,735

2001-07

Entire NWFP where Afghan Refigee Camps and health facilities were located The United Nations High Commissioner for refugees program of assistance to vulnerable Afghan refugees in Pakistan tuberculosis control in Afghan refugees villages 1. To decrease TB morbidity and mortality among ARs through provision of quality diagnosis and treatment in BHU’s supported by UNHCR/PDH and NGOs
2. To introduce and maintain a uniform system of reporting, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms in all the AR health
3. To raise public awareness regarding TB control, focusing efforts on the critical need for patient compliance to chemotherapy and on minimizing the social stigma associated with TB.
07/AB/PAK/CM/203

56,884

06/AB/PAK/CM/203

72,076

05/AB/PAK/CM/203(F) HNI

77,865

04/AB/PAK/CM/203

121,458

03/AB/PAK/CM/203(F) HNI

148,599

02/AB/PAK/CM/201(F) HNI

207,384

02/SB/PAK/EM/130(nh HNI)

30,340

01/AB/PAK/CM/201(F) HNI

155,091

TOTAL 5,396,628