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  • FONDS D’INNOVATION ET D’IMPULSION (F2I)

    Friday, 17 March 2017 02:25

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  • Training workshop on seed production in Djimini (Vélingara)

    Sunday, 15 January 2017 12:12

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  • Training workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and early pregnancy with students and teachers of the...

    Sunday, 15 January 2017 13:18

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  • The renovation of the Ambulatory Treatment Pavilion (ATP) of the Ziguinchor health center

    Tuesday, 10 January 2017 14:51

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  • Medina Sabakh Student Workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and Pregnancy.

    Friday, 23 December 2016 10:15

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  • Family Planning Acceleration Day.

    Monday, 19 December 2016 02:41

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  • Capacity Building Workshop for Peer Educators.

    Friday, 09 December 2016 14:12

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Medina Sabakh Student Workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and Pregnancy.

Medina Sabakh Student Workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and Pregnancy.

Enda Santé through these programs Lekk Faju 2 and FEVE in partnership with Horizon 3000 organized from the 19th to the 20th December 2016 a training workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and early pregnancy with pupils and teachers of the high school of Medina Sabakh. This workshop brought…
Capacity Building Workshop for Peer Educators.

Capacity Building Workshop for Peer Educators.

Enda Santé, in collaboration with the ANCS, organized from the 06 to the 08 of December 2016 in Dakar a capacity building workshop for peer educators on animation techniques and on the content of the themes of self-esteem and self-stigmatization. The training was part of the Global Fund/ ANCS (new…
Regional Committee for the FEVE Piolet - Phase 3

Regional Committee for the FEVE Piolet - Phase 3

Based on the results and satisfactions of the FEVE-Phase 1 (2008 -2010) and FEVE-Phase 2 (2011 – 2015) the committee of the piolet which meet between the 13th to the 15th of November in Dakar for the start of the 3rd Phase. The FEVE intervention takes place in nine (09)…
implementing partners of the hiv/aids component of the health programme

implementing partners of the hiv/aids component of the health programme

Acknowledgement ceremony by fhi 360 for implementing partners of the hiv/aids component of the health programme 2011-2016, dakar 29th of september 2016. Following the conclusion of the health programme by USAID/Senegal (2011-2016) and the end of all the associated activities, FHi 360 congratulated and thanked all its partners. As a…
Prevention And Support For Vulnerable Groups

Prevention And Support For Vulnerable Groups

The draft characterizes itself on the Prevention and support for vulnerable groups enables us to better meet needs of the groups most at risk in terms of prevention, access to counseling and testing services, medical care, psychosocial and economic support.  ENDA Santé worksby networking with health facilities, non-governmental organizations and…
Regional training for parliamentarians, 8 - 11 august 2016, in Dakar, Senegal

Regional training for parliamentarians, 8 - 11 august 2016, in Dakar, Senegal

  Africa Regional HIV Grant: Removing Legal Barriers CONTEXT AND JUSTIFICATION   The Africa regional HIV grant - Removing Legal Barriers aims to strengthen the legal environment to reduce the impact of HIV and TB among key populations in Africa. UNDP, principal recipient of the grant, is working in collaboration with…
FONDS D’INNOVATION ET D’IMPULSION  (F2I)

FONDS D’INNOVATION ET D’IMPULSION (F2I)

Un Fonds d’Innovation et d’Impulsion (F2I) est mis en place dans le cadre de la phase 3 du projet «…
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Training workshop on STI / HIV / AIDS and early pregnancy with students and teachers of the TATEGUINE high school

Enda Santé through its programme Lekk Faju 2 in partnership with Horizont3000 organized a training workshop on STI / HIV…

Training workshop on seed production in Djimini (Vélingara)

Training workshop on seed production in Djimini (Vélingara) in the framework of the activities in Phase II of the LEKK…

The renovation of the Ambulatory Treatment Pavilion (ATP) of the Ziguinchor health center

In the framework of the Boarder and Vulnerabilities to HIV / AIDS in West Africa program (FEVE), Enda Santé and…
HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

                                           
Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

For over thirty years, the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sedhiou have beenaffected by an armed conflict. Therefore, despite a considerable economic potential, poverty is increasingly widespread in this part of the country regarded as the ‘breadbasket’ of Senegal. In addition, research shows that these Southern regions (Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sédhiou) areprone to gender-based and sexual violence.The Vimosproject implemented by Enda Santé and San Access in the Southern region aims at improving populations’knowledge of prevention, the youthin particular, and providesmedical, psychosocial, and legal support to victims of sexual violence. The implementation period lasts from January 2014 to December 2015. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the reduction of female genital mutilation practice and sexual violence by influencing the dynamics of the communities through prevention actions and treatment, as well as the improvement of knowledge about reproductive health. Our main specific objectives are: Review the situation of sexual violence and genital mutilation as well asthe existing arrangement; Prevent teenage pregnancy, forced marriages and other forms of sexual violence and genital mutilation made to adolescents and young people in the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda, Sedhiou; Improve access to legal, medical and psychosocial support for victims of sexual mutilation…
Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

With the purpose of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Senegal carried out various projects in the health sector. The Senegalese Initiative forUrban Health draft is therefore designed to assist the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare. ISSU is implemented by a consortium of eight (8) partners selected in a strategic manner on the basis of their complementary expertise regarding interventions on supply and demand, public-private partnerships and advocacy actions. Implementation period: 2010-2014 Overall objective:  The ISSUproject aims at improvingpoor urban areaspopulations’ quality of life through increased access and use of family planning services. Specific objectives:  Develop effective interventions for the integration of quality FP serviceswithmaternal and neonatal health programs and post-partum and post-abortion care (SAA); Improve the quality of FP services for poor urban populations with an emphasis on the Service Delivery Points (PPS) with high attendance; Test a partnership between the public and private sectors as well as innovative approaches in the private sector in order to increase the access and use of FP by the poorest urban populations; Increase the demand for contraceptives and their use in the long term by marginalized urban populations; Disseminate the results of the initiative, mobilize resources and put…
Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

The region of Kolda presents worrying statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SSR): 84.8% of women are circumcised compared to anational average of 18%; only 88% of pregnant women from kolda go to their prenatal visits compared to anational average of 95%; and the contraceptive prevalence is 12% with large disparities between rural and urban areas and between departments against anational average is 18%. Confronted to this situation, Enda Santé conducted a project for the improvement of women’ssexual and reproductive health from kolda with funding from UNFPA. Implementation period for the project: 2014-2016     Overall objective:  Contribute to the reduction of maternal and child morbidity and mortality as well as the transmission of STIs and HIV in Kolda.   Specific Objectives:  Produce strategic Information that can be collected by the project’s stakeholders. Improve Access to information adapted to beneficiary populations. Improve access to SSR services (family planning and contraception, coverage forVBG,prevention of Female Genital Mutilation and management of complications, Pre-natal consultation and post-natal consultations.) Develop sustainable project interventions and consolidate achievements Financial Partners:  UNFPA: United Nations Population Fund Implementing Partners: CBO Mediators Health districts and Medical region (Medical region) Community radios Community radios Religious leaders, etc Beneficiary populations: Populations…
HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

                                           
Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

For over thirty years, the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sedhiou have beenaffected by an armed conflict. Therefore, despite a considerable economic potential, poverty is increasingly widespread in this part of the country regarded as the ‘breadbasket’ of Senegal. In addition, research shows that these Southern regions (Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sédhiou) areprone to gender-based and sexual violence.The Vimosproject implemented by Enda Santé and San Access in the Southern region aims at improving populations’knowledge of prevention, the youthin particular, and providesmedical, psychosocial, and legal support to victims of sexual violence. The implementation period lasts from January 2014 to December 2015. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the reduction of female genital mutilation practice and sexual violence by influencing the dynamics of the communities through prevention actions and treatment, as well as the improvement of knowledge about reproductive health. Our main specific objectives are: Review the situation of sexual violence and genital mutilation as well asthe existing arrangement; Prevent teenage pregnancy, forced marriages and other forms of sexual violence and genital mutilation made to adolescents and young people in the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda, Sedhiou; Improve access to legal, medical and psychosocial support for victims of sexual mutilation…
Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

With the purpose of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Senegal carried out various projects in the health sector. The Senegalese Initiative forUrban Health draft is therefore designed to assist the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare. ISSU is implemented by a consortium of eight (8) partners selected in a strategic manner on the basis of their complementary expertise regarding interventions on supply and demand, public-private partnerships and advocacy actions. Implementation period: 2010-2014 Overall objective:  The ISSUproject aims at improvingpoor urban areaspopulations’ quality of life through increased access and use of family planning services. Specific objectives:  Develop effective interventions for the integration of quality FP serviceswithmaternal and neonatal health programs and post-partum and post-abortion care (SAA); Improve the quality of FP services for poor urban populations with an emphasis on the Service Delivery Points (PPS) with high attendance; Test a partnership between the public and private sectors as well as innovative approaches in the private sector in order to increase the access and use of FP by the poorest urban populations; Increase the demand for contraceptives and their use in the long term by marginalized urban populations; Disseminate the results of the initiative, mobilize resources and put…
Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

The region of Kolda presents worrying statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SSR): 84.8% of women are circumcised compared to anational average of 18%; only 88% of pregnant women from kolda go to their prenatal visits compared to anational average of 95%; and the contraceptive prevalence is 12% with large disparities between rural and urban areas and between departments against anational average is 18%. Confronted to this situation, Enda Santé conducted a project for the improvement of women’ssexual and reproductive health from kolda with funding from UNFPA. Implementation period for the project: 2014-2016     Overall objective:  Contribute to the reduction of maternal and child morbidity and mortality as well as the transmission of STIs and HIV in Kolda.   Specific Objectives:  Produce strategic Information that can be collected by the project’s stakeholders. Improve Access to information adapted to beneficiary populations. Improve access to SSR services (family planning and contraception, coverage forVBG,prevention of Female Genital Mutilation and management of complications, Pre-natal consultation and post-natal consultations.) Develop sustainable project interventions and consolidate achievements Financial Partners:  UNFPA: United Nations Population Fund Implementing Partners: CBO Mediators Health districts and Medical region (Medical region) Community radios Community radios Religious leaders, etc Beneficiary populations: Populations…
HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

                                           
Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

For over thirty years, the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sedhiou have beenaffected by an armed conflict. Therefore, despite a considerable economic potential, poverty is increasingly widespread in this part of the country regarded as the ‘breadbasket’ of Senegal. In addition, research shows that these Southern regions (Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sédhiou) areprone to gender-based and sexual violence.The Vimosproject implemented by Enda Santé and San Access in the Southern region aims at improving populations’knowledge of prevention, the youthin particular, and providesmedical, psychosocial, and legal support to victims of sexual violence. The implementation period lasts from January 2014 to December 2015. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the reduction of female genital mutilation practice and sexual violence by influencing the dynamics of the communities through prevention actions and treatment, as well as the improvement of knowledge about reproductive health. Our main specific objectives are: Review the situation of sexual violence and genital mutilation as well asthe existing arrangement; Prevent teenage pregnancy, forced marriages and other forms of sexual violence and genital mutilation made to adolescents and young people in the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda, Sedhiou; Improve access to legal, medical and psychosocial support for victims of sexual mutilation…
Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

With the purpose of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Senegal carried out various projects in the health sector. The Senegalese Initiative forUrban Health draft is therefore designed to assist the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare. ISSU is implemented by a consortium of eight (8) partners selected in a strategic manner on the basis of their complementary expertise regarding interventions on supply and demand, public-private partnerships and advocacy actions. Implementation period: 2010-2014 Overall objective:  The ISSUproject aims at improvingpoor urban areaspopulations’ quality of life through increased access and use of family planning services. Specific objectives:  Develop effective interventions for the integration of quality FP serviceswithmaternal and neonatal health programs and post-partum and post-abortion care (SAA); Improve the quality of FP services for poor urban populations with an emphasis on the Service Delivery Points (PPS) with high attendance; Test a partnership between the public and private sectors as well as innovative approaches in the private sector in order to increase the access and use of FP by the poorest urban populations; Increase the demand for contraceptives and their use in the long term by marginalized urban populations; Disseminate the results of the initiative, mobilize resources and put…
Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

The region of Kolda presents worrying statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SSR): 84.8% of women are circumcised compared to anational average of 18%; only 88% of pregnant women from kolda go to their prenatal visits compared to anational average of 95%; and the contraceptive prevalence is 12% with large disparities between rural and urban areas and between departments against anational average is 18%. Confronted to this situation, Enda Santé conducted a project for the improvement of women’ssexual and reproductive health from kolda with funding from UNFPA. Implementation period for the project: 2014-2016     Overall objective:  Contribute to the reduction of maternal and child morbidity and mortality as well as the transmission of STIs and HIV in Kolda.   Specific Objectives:  Produce strategic Information that can be collected by the project’s stakeholders. Improve Access to information adapted to beneficiary populations. Improve access to SSR services (family planning and contraception, coverage forVBG,prevention of Female Genital Mutilation and management of complications, Pre-natal consultation and post-natal consultations.) Develop sustainable project interventions and consolidate achievements Financial Partners:  UNFPA: United Nations Population Fund Implementing Partners: CBO Mediators Health districts and Medical region (Medical region) Community radios Community radios Religious leaders, etc Beneficiary populations: Populations…
 Activités clefs réalisées par le bureau d’Enda en Guinée-Bissau d'Avril à Juin 2015

Activités clefs réalisées par le bureau d’Enda en Guinée-Bissau d'Avril à Juin 2015

Dans le cadre du Projet FEVE Du 10 au 14 mai, Enda a reçu une mission de supervision technique et financière de la Coordination Régionale du Projet FEVE dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du projet. dans le cadre de cette mission des activités de supervision technique et…
Key population challenge fund (KPCF)

Key population challenge fund (KPCF)

Additional financing funds for the AIDS/HIV 2011-2016 component of USAID’s health program are currently implemented by FHI360 and its partners amongst whom ENDA Santé (strategic partner) to prevent future HIV…

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Prevention and medical and psychological care of hiv/aids vulnerable groups in hot areas of dakar.

Prevention and medical and psychological care of hiv/aids vulnerable groups in hot areas of dakar.

PROJECT SUMMARYAs part of this project, ENDA Sante works with health centers, non-governmental organizations and community-based organizations to help improve access to prevention, testing ad healthcare services in the Dakar…

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Africa Regional Hiv Grant - Removing Legal Barriers

Africa Regional Hiv Grant - Removing Legal Barriers

The Africa Regional HIV Grant - Removing Legal Barriers financed by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is implemented in  (10) African countries : Botswana, Côte D’Ivoire, Kenya,…

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Borders and Vulnerabilities to HIV in West Africa / (Burkina Faso, Cap-Vert, Cote d’ivoire, Gambie, Guinee, Guinee Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal)

Borders and Vulnerabilities to HIV in West Africa / (Burkina Faso, Cap-Vert, Cote d’ivoire, Gambie, Guinee, Guinee Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal)

As a multi country project, FEVE is designed with a cross-border approach to bring a regional response to HIV epidemic. In collaboration with institutional and community stakeholders to fight against HIV,…

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HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

                                           

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Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

For over thirty years, the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sedhiou have beenaffected by an armed conflict. Therefore, despite a considerable economic potential, poverty is increasingly widespread in this part…

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Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

With the purpose of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Senegal carried out various projects in the health sector. The Senegalese Initiative forUrban Health draft is therefore designed…

Lire la suite

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

The region of Kolda presents worrying statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SSR): 84.8% of women are circumcised compared to anational average of 18%; only 88% of pregnant women from…

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HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

                                           
Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

Sexual violence and genital mutilation in Senegal (VIMOS) - Prevention and medical and psycho-social coverage

For over thirty years, the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sedhiou have beenaffected by an armed conflict. Therefore, despite a considerable economic potential, poverty is increasingly widespread in this part of the country regarded as the ‘breadbasket’ of Senegal. In addition, research shows that these Southern regions (Ziguinchor, Kolda and Sédhiou) areprone to gender-based and sexual violence.The Vimosproject implemented by Enda Santé and San Access in the Southern region aims at improving populations’knowledge of prevention, the youthin particular, and providesmedical, psychosocial, and legal support to victims of sexual violence. The implementation period lasts from January 2014 to December 2015. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the reduction of female genital mutilation practice and sexual violence by influencing the dynamics of the communities through prevention actions and treatment, as well as the improvement of knowledge about reproductive health. Our main specific objectives are: Review the situation of sexual violence and genital mutilation as well asthe existing arrangement; Prevent teenage pregnancy, forced marriages and other forms of sexual violence and genital mutilation made to adolescents and young people in the regions of Ziguinchor, Kolda, Sedhiou; Improve access to legal, medical and psychosocial support for victims of sexual mutilation…
Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

Senegalese Initiative For Urban Health (ISSU)

With the purpose of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Senegal carried out various projects in the health sector. The Senegalese Initiative forUrban Health draft is therefore designed to assist the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare. ISSU is implemented by a consortium of eight (8) partners selected in a strategic manner on the basis of their complementary expertise regarding interventions on supply and demand, public-private partnerships and advocacy actions. Implementation period: 2010-2014 Overall objective:  The ISSUproject aims at improvingpoor urban areaspopulations’ quality of life through increased access and use of family planning services. Specific objectives:  Develop effective interventions for the integration of quality FP serviceswithmaternal and neonatal health programs and post-partum and post-abortion care (SAA); Improve the quality of FP services for poor urban populations with an emphasis on the Service Delivery Points (PPS) with high attendance; Test a partnership between the public and private sectors as well as innovative approaches in the private sector in order to increase the access and use of FP by the poorest urban populations; Increase the demand for contraceptives and their use in the long term by marginalized urban populations; Disseminate the results of the initiative, mobilize resources and put…
Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

Territorialized Community Approach For Sexual And Reproductive Health

The region of Kolda presents worrying statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SSR): 84.8% of women are circumcised compared to anational average of 18%; only 88% of pregnant women from kolda go to their prenatal visits compared to anational average of 95%; and the contraceptive prevalence is 12% with large disparities between rural and urban areas and between departments against anational average is 18%. Confronted to this situation, Enda Santé conducted a project for the improvement of women’ssexual and reproductive health from kolda with funding from UNFPA. Implementation period for the project: 2014-2016     Overall objective:  Contribute to the reduction of maternal and child morbidity and mortality as well as the transmission of STIs and HIV in Kolda.   Specific Objectives:  Produce strategic Information that can be collected by the project’s stakeholders. Improve Access to information adapted to beneficiary populations. Improve access to SSR services (family planning and contraception, coverage forVBG,prevention of Female Genital Mutilation and management of complications, Pre-natal consultation and post-natal consultations.) Develop sustainable project interventions and consolidate achievements Financial Partners:  UNFPA: United Nations Population Fund Implementing Partners: CBO Mediators Health districts and Medical region (Medical region) Community radios Community radios Religious leaders, etc Beneficiary populations: Populations…

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