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MSF has been working in Magaria, Niger, since 2005. Every year, peaks of malaria and malnutrition have a devastating effect on the local population, particularly children aged under five, with mortality rates often rising above emergency thresholds.

This report presents lessons learnt from a retrospective examination of the past 13 years in the project.

This publication was produced at the request of MSF-OCG under the management of the Vienna Evaluation Unit. It was independently prepared by Annie Desilets and Laetitia Christiaens.
07/01/2020

This evaluation analyses the emergency intervention of MSF in Mozambique in March-May 2019. The five MSF Operational Centers intervened, responding to a cyclone and a subsequent cholera outbreak. The overall operation resulted in treating 3,800 cholera patients, delivering 12,000 consultations, supplying 6,000m3 of water and distributing NFI to 23,000 families. It cost 9,3M€ and included 208 international positions. 

This publication was produced at the request of MSF International Meeting of Operational Directors' Platform (RIOD), under the management of the Stockholm Evaluation Unit. It was prepared independently by Pauline Busson and Paula Farias.
18/02/2020

This capitalisation and lessons learned project was carried out in collaboration with the MSF Philippine mission and the field team working at the Manila sexual and reproductive health project. The RIDER was commissioned to accompany the documentation of this original partnership project with the national NGO Likhaan.

09/12/2020

As part of a HIV/AIDS programme in Kinshasa, MSF introduced in 2005 an initiative of decentralising HIV services in primary healthcare (PHC).

The aim of this initiative is to improve access to care and service quality of the various health facilities in Kinshasa. The decentralisation approach has undergone many changes and adjustments since it was first established, particularly regarding the selection of the centres targeted and the type of support provided.

Christelle Boulanger and Philippe Msellati
18/06/2020

This report examines the case study of Decentralised Models of Care (DMC) implemented in the MSF Operational Centre Barcelona (OCBA) Malakal project in South Sudan.

Mzia Turashvili, Pilar Duch, Mathias Altmann
22/09/2020

This report examines the case study of Decentralised Models of Care (DMC) implemented in the MSF Operational Centre Barcelona (OCBA) Kalehe project in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Heidi Becher, Pilar Duch and Mathias Altmann
22/09/2020

This report examines the case study of Decentralised Models of Care (DMC) implemented in the MSF Operational Centre Barcelona (OCBA) Kabo project in Central African Republic (CAR).

Heidi Becher, Pilar Duch and Mathias Altmann
17/09/2020

In March 2017, MSF-OCB in collaboration with the Division of Non-Communicable Diseases and the Embu county Ministry of Health (MoH), started in Embu county a project aimed at reducing mortality and morbidity linked to Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). This project includes a strong component on reinforcing the skills and competencies of the care providers and Clinical Mentoring has been chosen as the learning implementation strategy.

Dr Paul Stokes
19/11/2020