PROSANIplus Secours d’urgence sanitaire au Kasaï

Project Overview

The six-month, USAID-funded PROSANIplus Secours d’urgence sanitaire au Kasaï (PROSANI-SUS) program supports the Minstry of Health (MOH) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in providing essential health services to populations affected and displaced by conflict in Kasaï Central. PROSANI-SUS builds on MSH’s current USAID-funded Integrated Health Project Plus (IHPplus) project, which strengthens the health system at the provincial and health zone levels to reliably and equitably deliver essential services.

The program prioritizes support to over 70 health facilities, spread across 187 health areas and 23 health zones. MSH coordinates with humanitarian actors in order to meet the urgent health needs of internally displaced persons and others directly affected by conflict by implementing program activities in the areas of health systems and clinical support; communicable diseases; reproductive health; non-communicable diseases; community health education and behavior change; and medical commodities, including pharmaceuticals.