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Plan monitoring

Health first
Protecting people
Economic response
Macroeconomic response
Health first

Number of health facilities that received UN support to maintain essential immunization services since COVID-19 disruptions, disaggregated by type of support

Reporting on vaccine stock status 1

Whether the country is protecting health services and systems

with a set of core essential services to be maintained during the COVID-19 pandemic defined yes
with multisectoral mental health and psychosocial support technical working group yes
with health sector policies informed by socio-economic impact assessment focused on at-risk populations being implemented no

Number of community health workers receiving UN support to maintain essential services since COVID-19 disruptions, disaggregated by type of health worker and by type of support

Community health worker 176
Establishing community-based health delivery points 140
Health workers based at health care facilities 2188
Provision of PPE and RCCE material 54400
Total 56904

Number of people reached with critical WASH supplies (including hygiene items) and services, disaggregated by sex, age group and at-risk population

Persons with disabilities 2340
Children (0-17 years) 479987
Men (18 years and above) 5911
Women (18 years and above) 18401
Total 504299

Number of children supported with distance/home-based learning

Number of children supported with distance/home-based learning 325500

Whether the country has measures in place to address gender-based violence (GBV) during the COVID-19 pandemic, which

integrate violence prevention and response into COVID-19 response plans yes
provide options for women to report abuse and seek help without alerting perpetrators yes
ensure women’s access to justice through police and justice response to address impunity of perpetrators and protect women and her children yes
raise awareness through advocacy and campaigns, with targeted messages to both women and men yes
ensure continued functioning of shelters for victims of violence and expand their capacity yes

Number of beneficiaries of social protection schemes and services related to the COVID-19 pandemic, disaggregated by type of programme, territory (rural/urban), sex, age group and at-risk population

Food and nutrition schemes (female) 2270
Food and nutrition schemes (male) 300
Legal aid services (female) 250
Psychosocial support services (female) 420

Number of private sector companies and formal and informal sector workers supported during and after the COVID-19 pandemic

Micro, small, medium enterprises (MSMEs) 521
Formal sector workers 246


Whether the country undertook socio-economic impact assessments in response to the COVID-19 crisis, with a focus on at-risk populations (yes/no)

Macro-meso economic needs yes
Multi-sectoral and sectoral needs assessment yes
Human impact needs assessment for at risk populations yes
Gender sensitive impact assessments yes