Task Shifting and Task Sharing (TSTS)
In July of 2018, SSDO was sub-granted by the development Research and Projects Center (DRPC) to advocate for a favourable policy environment for health service delivery for women and children in Anambra and Enugu State as part of the Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale (PACFaH@Scale).
In the first quarter of 2019
1. Provided technical support to Anambra state for the adaptation of the National Task Shifting and Task Sharing (TSTS) policy
2. Advocated for the development of Family Planning Costed Implementation Plans (FP-CIP) by both Anambra and Enugu states to serve as an advocacy tool for domestic and external FP health financing solicitation. Advocacy was made to the Executive Secretary Enugu State Primary Healthcare Development Agency and the Commissioner of Health for Anambra State.