Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health - Djibouti 2011 commitments

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Date of commitment: 
September 2010
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Commitment

In 2011, Djibouti committed to increase the health budget from 14% to 15%. In terms of service delivery, the Government committed to ensure that all pregnant women will have access to skilled personnel during childbirth. For this purpose, the Government pledged to increase the number of trained midwives and nurses and will increase access to emergency obstetric care services nationally to 80%. A package of integrated emergency obstetric and newborn care and reproductive health was also pledged to be delivered in health services. Djibouti aimed to increase contraceptive prevalence up to 70%. Djibouti also aimed to extend mobile health services to cover all areas of the country and to adopt a mix of outreach services, home visits and community based interventions. The government committed to implement Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses in all health centers. The country aimed at vaccine coverage of 100%. Malnutrition was to be addressed through a comprehensive multi-sectoral package in order to reduce the prevalence of stunting to 20% and that of wasting to 10%. Djibouti pledged to decrease the HIV/AIDS prevalence to 1.8% in 2015 and to ensure that all pregnant HIV-positive women received antiretrovirals.

Target

As above.

Progress

Information not available.

Gap

Information not available.

Additionality

It is not clear how these commitments relate to other commitments to child and maternal health.