We have provided comprehensive project documentation, such as IM, decks, strategy, and financial model for the Pediatric Hospital’s project. These documents highlight the mission, vision, objectives, outcomes, activities, budget, and timeline of the project. We have also conducted market research, risk assessment, stakeholder analysis, and impact evaluation for the project. These analyses provide valuable information and insights on the current and future trends, challenges, opportunities, risks, and strategies in the maternal and child health sector in Nigeria.
The maternal and child health sector in Nigeria is a critical and urgent issue that needs to be addressed. Nigeria has one of the highest maternal mortality ratios in the world, with 917 deaths per 100,000 live births. The under-five mortality rate is also high, with 132 deaths per 1,000 live births. The main causes of maternal and child deaths are preventable and treatable conditions such as haemorrhage, infection, malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea, and malnutrition. The main barriers to accessing quality health care are poverty, lack of awareness, poor infrastructure, inadequate human resources, weak health systems, and socio-cultural factors.
The primary objective of the project is to provide free treatment and consultations to children and households from under-privileged section of the society in Nigeria. The secondary objectives are to create world class medical infrastructure for children, create neo-natal and post-natal care units for children and families, provide single platform for vaccination, immunization, treatment and surgeries, manage health conditions and chronic disease treatments, improve access to care, prevent chronic diseases and increase wellness.
The project aims to achieve these objectives by implementing various activities such as:
- Establishing mobile clinics and outreach teams to provide basic health services to remote and underserved communities.
- Building and equipping pediatric hospitals and intensive care units to provide specialized care to children with complex and critical conditions.
- Training and deploying community health workers and volunteers to provide health education and counseling to families on maternal and child health issues.
- Developing and disseminating guidelines and protocols for sepsis management in children at tertiary pediatric centers in Nigeria.
- Providing free or subsidized drugs, supplies, equipment, and transportation to patients who need them.
- Collaborating with government agencies, NGOs, private sector partners, and local communities to ensure sustainability and scalability of the project.
The project will measure its impact by using indicators such as:
- Number of children and mothers who receive free or subsidized health services.
- Number of children who survive sepsis and other life-threatening conditions.
- Number of children who are fully immunized against preventable diseases.
- Number of mothers who receive antenatal care, skilled birth attendance, postnatal care, family planning services.
- Reduction in maternal mortality ratio and under-five mortality rate in the project areas.
- Improvement in quality of life and satisfaction of beneficiaries.
We believe that this project has a great potential to make a positive difference in the lives of millions of children and mothers in Nigeria. We recommend that you consider supporting this project to benefit from its impact and vision.