Burkina Faso: Investment Case - Improving Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health, Nutrition and Civil Registration and Vital Statistics
Over the past 15 years, Burkina Faso like most countries in sub-Saharan Africa has made remarkable progress in terms of reducing maternal, newborn, infant and child mortality and malnutrition. But this progress has remained insufficient to meet the targets set at the national and global levels.
The investment case, thus drafted in accordance with GFF principles and guidelines, provides a coherent answer to five main questions:
- Where are we in RMNCAH-H, registration of vital events and vital statistics?
- What are the main bottlenecks and their causes?
- What is the answer to removing these bottlenecks?
- What is the cost of the response?
- What is the impact ?