Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao for Health (BARMMHealth)

Overview

USAID supports the Ministry of Health - Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (MOH-BARMM)​ to achieve a self-reliant health system by building commitment and strengthening the capacity of the government, civil society, and communities to develop, implement, and finance solutions to improve health in BARMM.​ USAID BARMMHealth project, implemented by URC, works with MOH-BARMM towards improving access of the Bangsamoro families and communities to quality family planning (FP), adolescent and youth reproductive health (AYRH) information and services.

 

The Challenge

To bolster the capacity of the MOH-BARMM in facilitating local health solutions in family planning, adolescent and youth reproductive health, and maternal and child health, towards self-reliance and sustainability.

 

Project Objectives

  • Improve social norms and strengthened healthy behaviors among underserved adolescents, youth, women and men
  • Fortify quality of family planning and maternal and child health service
  • Bolster key public health policies and systems needed to support behaviors and services for maternal and child health

 

Resources

 

 

Mothers and their infants in a waiting room. Photo by R. Resurreccion (URC)
Mothers and their infants in a waiting room. Photo by R. Resurreccion (URC)
Duration
2019 to 2024
Funders 
US Agency for International Development (USAID)
Partners 
Center for Health Solutions & Innovations Philippines (CHSI)
Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI)
Zuellig Family Foundation
Regions/ Countries