The USAID-funded Neema project is helping Senegal achieve the vision it outlines in its Plan Senegal Emergent: “a Senegal where all individuals, all households, and all communities enjoy universal access to promotional, preventive, curative health services of quality, without any form of exclusion.”


--Increasing access to and use of a wide range of high-quality services and products, including modern contraception, in the country’s public-sector health facilities and in communities. --Reaching out to key populations in targeted areas to provide HIV testing, antiretroviral treatment, and high-quality care in alignment with the UNAIDS global 90-90-90 goals. --Encouraging respectful client care, gender-sensitivity, and youth-friendliness in health care by incorporating these issues into health worker trainings. --Promoting behavior change, including by providing the knowledge and resources people need to make informed, healthful decisions. --Bringing services closer to clients by investing in community health, including by expanding the network of community health workers and facilities and integrating community health into the overall health system.

Cross-cutting issues

Gender, Youth


  • Senegal


  • Health
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