Implementation Support for Non-Communicable Diseases and Injuries (NCDI) Project

Overview and Objectives

Expanded coverage of services for heart attacks, cervical cancer, strokes, and other cardiovascular diseases to reach 95% of the country’s population. Developed a program trial for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine and expanded efforts to prevent noncommunicable diseases.

Achievements

  • Trial achieved 65% coverage of HPV vaccine administered to Mongolian girls, ages 10–14
  • Developed HPV Vaccination Plan for implementation in May 2013 – July 2014
  • Developed communication materials that include key facts about the vaccine and appeal to various audiences, including students, teachers, and policymakers
  • Integrated early screening of noncommunicable diseases into other high-priority health care services
  • Developed strategies to improve the diagnosis and treatment of stroke and heart attack
  • Assessed the adequacy of pharmaceutical supply management systems
  • Provided cost analysis and feasibility assessments of cervical cancer, cardiovascular disease, and stroke prevention and care services

Duration
2009–2013

Countries
Mongolia

Regions
Asia

Expertise
Adolescent Health, Noncommunicable Diseases, Quality Health Systems

Funders
Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)

Partners
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