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Sexual and reproductive health program: 2014 annual report

2015
Author: 
Swaziland Government. Ministry of Health.

The report presents major achievements of the SRH Program in summaries that are useful to policymakers, program managers, health service providers and other stakeholders. The level of analysis in the report is primarily descriptive and is particularly useful for assessing progress of the program activities, against national targets as set out in National Health Sector Strategic Plan (NHSSP), Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) strategy. The program is one of the key players in MDG 4 which is to reduce infant mortality from 79 to 24.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
GE / SWA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
GE BS/
Type of material: 
Annual Report
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
v, 30p. : ill.
Keywords: 
United States Agency for International Development, USAID, PEPFAR, IHM, Swaziland National AIDS Program, SNAP, Strategic Information Department, SID, Institute for Health Measure, ICAP, EGPAF, NERCHA, CHAI, HC3, Baylor, UN Agencies

National sexual reproductive health and rights strategic plan: 2014-2018

2014
Author: 
Swaziland Government. Ministry of Health.

The Swaziland SRH strategy seeks to address elen strategic focus areas in order to attain the National SRH Goal which is to "guide establishment of an evidence-based framework for the implementation of a well-coordinated and integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights programme in order to attain the highest level of health and well-being for all people of Swaziland."

Library code: 
Manzini
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
PL BS\
Type of material: 
Key National Document
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
vii, 60 p.
Keywords: 
Swaziland, European Commission, United nations Population Fund, UNFPA, World Health Organinzation, WHO,