In Mozambique, Vanderbilt worked in collaboration with a World Vision-led consortium to implement a USAID-funded five-year multi-sector grant, Strengthening Communities through Integrated Programming (SCIP). The consortium is locally known as Ogumaniha, which in Chuabo, one of the local languages, means “united for a common purpose”.
This program aims to improve the health and livelihood of children, women and families in Zambézia Province. To achieve this goal, the program focused on:
- Strengthening and increasing access to the health, nutrition and HIV & AIDS care system for target groups;
- Promoting and financing demand-driven community investments for agricultural production through value chain additions;
- Water and sanitation; and
- Building and reinforcing existing institutional capacity of governmental departments and community stakeholders.
Vanderbilt’s subsidiary Friends in Global Health led the monitoring and evaluation component of the program, as well as provided technical assistance in the area of health and HIV & AIDS for the seven-member consortium.
SCIP – Ogumaniha Endline Survey
SCIP – Ogumaniha Endline Survey Report – Provincial Estimates (n=3892) and Impact Evaluation – May 2015
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey Report – Provincial Estimates (n=3749) – December 2011
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey Report – Provincial Estimates (n=930) – May 2011
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey Report (n=930) – Provincial Estimates (Portuguese) – May 2011
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey Report – Alto Molocue, Morrumbala, and Namacurra District Estimates
SCIP – Ogumaniha Baseline Survey Report – Alto Molocue, Morrumbala, and Namacurra District Estimates (Portuguese)
Sample Size Justification for Baseline Survey
Technical Report for use of Satellite Imagery