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Somalia Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE) – Public Financial Management and Human Resources for Health

The Somali Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE) is a five-year DFID-funded project aimed at improving the health and nutrition status of Somalis, with a particular focus on women and children.Within SHINE, CGA is supporting activities to strengthen the health system through improvements to health workforce management and policy development.

Country/Region: Somalia
Dates/Duration: 2018 - 2020
Funded by: DFID
Funders: Ministry of Health and Sanitation, BMB Mott MacDonald

The Somali Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE) is a five-year DFID-funded project aimed at improving the health and nutrition status of Somalis, with a particular focus on women and children.Within SHINE, CGA is supporting activities to strengthen the health system through improvements to health workforce management and policy development.

Outputs and Resources

A technical team in Nairobi and field teams in Somalia have developed Management Information Systems designed for a low-capacity, low-resource settings and are leading the capacity building process in the roll out of data collection. The reforms will deliver standardised training, job titles, job descriptions, pay grading, and remuneration of health workers across Somali Health Authorities.

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