Organized Network of Services for Everyone's Health Activity

Project Overview

The Organized Network of Services for Everyone’s (ONSE) Health Activity is USAID/Malawi’s flagship program for health. The five-year Activity aims to reduce maternal, newborn, and child morbidity and mortality, working in 16 districts and providing support to more than 400 health facilities which provide essential primary health care services to over half of Malawi’s population.

ONSE Health will execute interventions in health systems strengthening and four priority health areas: family planning and reproductive health; maternal, newborn, and child health; malaria; and water, sanitation, and hygiene.

These interventions will contribute to the achievement of the Activity’s four results:

  1. access to priority health services increased
  2. quality of priority health services improved
  3. performance of health systems strengthened
  4. demand for priority health services increased

ONSE Health focuses primarily at the district, facility, and community levels, but it also includes some key technical assistance at the central and zonal levels in specific areas.

Building on successes in integrated health care service delivery, ONSE Health works with community, civil society, and government partners to improve the quality of these primary health care services.


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