Strengthening of National Referral Hospitals and Vertical Technical Units Project

Brief Summary
The main result the project aims for is the improvement in the health condition and livelihood of the public, with a particular emphasis on Mother and Child Healthcare (MCH). The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to improve the availability, accessibility, quality, and delivery of health services through upgrading six National Referral Hospitals and Vertical Technical Units.

The lack of availability of high-quality hospital beds is restricting the equitable and efficient delivery of health services as it also could be included from the health indicators discussed above. The gap in maternal and infant care services is even more pronounced. The Project Development Objective, therefore, is linked with Indonesia’s social and health development plans,as well as the MCPS with a view to addressing this infrastructure gap and constraint.

Some of the key monitoring indicators at the Project outcome level will include the following: i) 30% increase of mother and a 27% increase of child outpatient services in Project hospitals through 2019-2030. ii) 28% increase in coverage of mother and 27% increase in coverage of child inpatient services in project hospitals between 2019 and 2030. iii) 30% increase in intensive care services for mother and child between
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Start date
18 September 2020
End date
17 October 2020