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Working together to succeed



National MNCH Program is not alone in the noble cause of improving maternal and child health. Development partners are very earnestly supporting the program at all tiers of its implementation. All partners are doing concrete efforts to ensure that we reach out to all the mothers and newborns in Pakistan. Some of our development partners are listed below:





United States Agency For International Development (USAID)

The goal of U.S. assistance to Pakistan is to tangibly improve the well-being of Pakistanis and to support the Government of Pakistan in fulfilling its vision of a moderate, democratic, and prosperous country. The U.S. government re-opened the USAID mission in Islamabad in 2002. From 2002 through 2009, USAID provided more than $3.4 billion (including Emergency Economic Assistance) to address needs in economic growth, education, health, good governance, earthquake reconstruction assistance, as well as humanitarian assistance.

Working in partnership with the Pakistan government, the U.S. is designing a number of high-impact projects in energy, agriculture, education, and health to help meet Pakistan's immediate and long-term development goals. These high-visibility projects will address some of the country's most critical development needs, and will demonstrate the U.S.'s steadfast commitment to Pakistan's development. These projects will be complemented by programs intended to strengthen the human, financial and institutional capacity to sustain these investments and enhance their long-term impact.

In order to speed project implementation and ensure greater accountability and integrity in program implementation, the U.S. assistance program in Pakistan will increase its use of reimbursement agreements with the Pakistan government for infrastructure projects, as well as targeted financial transfers and budget support for government institutions. The U.S. will continue and expand its public private partnerships and direct contracts with Pakistani business and service providers, while expanding its long-standing partnership with Pakistani non-profit and non-governmental organizations. In partnership with Pakistan, the U.S. will ensure local implementers are cleared and authorized to manage civilian assistance funds.