Local Education Communities for Healthy Women and Girls
Co-Developed With Malian Women, Health Staff, And Various Partners In The Education Sector, Clefs Aims To Improve The Quality Of Primary Health Care And Promote Sexual And Reproductive Health Rights For Approximately One Million People Who Attend One Of 7 University Community Health Centres In The Regions Of Bamako, Kayes, Koulikoro, Ségou And Sikasso.
Building On The Achievements Of Our Previous Project That Supported The Training Of Health Professionals In Mali (Declic, 2010-2018), Clefs Offers Enabling Actions Centred On Primary Health Care And The Training Of Interdisciplinary Teams, In Order To Meet The Sexual And Reproductive Health Needs Of Malian Women. The Project Also Uses A Transformative Approach That Will Promote Sustainable Behavioural Change To Remove Barriers And Increase Gender Equality, Particularly, But Not Exclusively, In The Area Of Health.
Nearly 2,800 Health Professionals Are Supported Under This Project, Including Senior Health Service Staff, Through The Reinforcement Of Academic, Technical And Continuing Education, Using A Competency-Based Approach.
In Consortium With Cégep De Saint-Jérôme and Université De Sherbrooke
- University Community Health Centres (Cscom-U) in Banconi, Ségué, Koniakary, Konobougou And Sanoubougou 2;
- Community Health Associations (Asaco) And Women’s User Committees (Cfu) ff Partner Cscom-Us;
- Faculty Of Medicine and Odontostomatology (Fmos) of the University of Bamako, National Institute for Training in Health Sciences (Infss)
- National Federation Of Community Health Associations (Fenascom)
- Association of Private Health Schools of Mali (Aepsm) and Designated Public Schools
- Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (Msas)
- Ministry Of Higher Education and Scientific Research (Mesrs)
- Ministry for the Promotion of Women, Children and Families (MPFEF)