Working Together, Saving Lives: Integrated Health Project Final Report

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The Integrated Health Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo was a five-year Cooperative Agreement (2010–2015) funded by USAID/Democratic Republic of Congo and implemented by MSH, with partners the International Rescue Committee (IRC), and Overseas Strategic Consulting (OSC), Ltd. The project covered 78 health zones in four provinces.

During five years of implementation, IHP made significant improvements in increasing facility-based health care services and products, improving quality health care services, and increasing knowledge, attitudes, and practices to support health-seeking behaviors in targeted health zones. Detailed discussions related to the project’s indicators, including challenges to achieving targets and actions taken to improve performance, are outlined throughout this report. 

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