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Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Deaths in Rural South Africa Through the Revitalisation of Primary Health Care

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 17/01/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-1-202295

Documents

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Title Doc Type Categories
Contract: DFID 5763 Reducing Child and Maternal Mortality through Strengthening Primary Health Care Amendment No 7 Contract
Tender: DFID 5763: Reducing Maternal and Child Mortality through Primary Health Care - South Africa Tender
Contract: DFID 5763: Reducing Maternal and Child Mortality through Primary Health Care - South Africa Contract
Annual review (4) 202295 (Published - September, 2017) Review of project performance and evaluation Results, outcomes and outputs
Logical framework 202295 (Published - September, 2017) Results, outcomes and outputs Objectives / Purpose of activity
Annual review (3) 202295 (Published - December, 2014) Review of project performance and evaluation Results, outcomes and outputs
Annual review (2) 202295 (Published - December, 2013) Review of project performance and evaluation Results, outcomes and outputs
Annual review (1) 202295 (Published - May, 2013) Review of project performance and evaluation Results, outcomes and outputs
Business Case and Summary 202295 (Published - October, 2012) Pre- and post-project impact appraisal Objectives / Purpose of activity Intended ultimate beneficiaries Conditions Budget

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