Strengthening Primary Health Care to Improve Health and Nutrition

Burkina Faso

Strengthening the provision of health care services at the peripheral level and enhancing the quality of services, focused on the person and patient safety.

Project description


Medical carePrimary healthcareHealth and hygieneNutrition

Start date



5 years from effectiveness


Burkina Faso



Through this project, the LLF will contribute to reducing maternal, neonatal, and infant/child mortality and morbidity and inequities in access to quality healthcare in the Cascades, Hauts Bassins, South Central, and Eastern health regions of the country by the year 2024.

The project will establish 25 health and social promotion centers and 100 community health posts in selected rural communities to improve the geographic accessibility of primary health care services; strengthening the skills of health care workers to ensure that the population receives high-quality care.

This project will also support a behavioral change in communication and community mobilization to improve the uptake of reproductive health care services.

Impact Facts & Figures

Enabling people to lead better lives

We believe the most effective way to create an impact is to empower countries to do so themselves. We help break down the barriers that prevent individuals, organizations and governments in the lowest income countries from obtaining the resources they need to accomplish this goal.

Burkina Faso Fact Sheet
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Project ValueUS$ 28 million
4300Community healthcare workers trained
534health care providers trained (CSI)

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