BFD has provided excellent health emergency and development response programs at various levels of health care, primary, secondary and tertiary services to improve access to quality essential services in addition to supporting the delivery of essential health services in emergency settings and strengthening the emergency care and referral system, as well as trauma, triage and emergency services.
Additionally, BFD has contributed to reducing the morbidity and mortality rate in remote and most deprived conflict-affected areas by improving access to health care services, strengthening and developing health systems, and contributing to the provision of lifesaving messages as well as preventing, detecting, and responding to epidemic-prone diseases such as COVID-19, cholera, vector-borne diseases such as dengue fever and malaria and other prevalent communicable diseases, and improving infection prevention and control measures within communities and health facilities by supporting risk communications and community engagement activities, WASH in health facilities and strengthening epidemiological and laboratory surveillance systems at all levels.
Primary Health Care
- General Essential services and essential trauma care.
First Aid and life support (stabilization of the Patient before referral to needed hospitals
- Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Through the provision of Basic sexual and reproductive healthcare services, as EmONC project that provide BEmONC services through both facilities and outreach levels and ensuring access to family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into Yemen national strategies and programmes.
- Child Health and Immunization/Vaccination.
“Through Community-based Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) for acute respiratory infection (ARI), diarrhea, malaria with the availability of oral drugs
Immunization against all national target disease by activation of Community mobilization and support of outreach sites of routine EPI and provide EPI services in HFS”
- Communicable Diseases.
Reporting and Diagnosis of communicable cases such as Malaria – TB – Lashmania, Cholera others upon eDEWs.
- Strengthening Healthcare system.
“By Providing Basic Lab support, medical equipment, medical supplies, Medications and furniture upon national guidelines.
Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Health facilities buildings, to provide safe water supply, safe medical waste management, and proper sanitation”
- Strengthening community awareness on Healthcare.
Through Activating of Community Health Volunteers to conducted awareness sessions upon national health education guidelines
- Referral System.
By Referring Urgent Medical Cases for All ages following BFD Referral SOP
- Capacity Building for HWS
Capacity Building for Health workers on Primary Health care (IMCI- EPI – BLS- First Aid – RH – IPC)
Secondary Health Care
- Maternal and Newborn Health
Through the provision of comprehensive emergency obstetric care: BEOC + caesarean section + safe blood transfusion, as EmONC project that provide CEmONC and BEmONC services through cesarean section and Intensive care and through outreach levels and ensuring access family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into Yemen national strategies and programs.
- General Clinical Services and Trauma Care
“Surgical triage, advanced life support, acceptance of the referral, advance stabilization and referral, availability of second-line emergency, admission availability.
Outpatient department (OPD) with the availability of all essential drugs for secondary care as per national guidelines (including NCD a), with specialized Doctors (Pediatric, Gynecologist, Orthopedic surgeons, general surgeons, Anthologists, and Internal medicine “
- Advance Strengthening Healthcare system.
“By Providing Advance Lab services and blood storage, Provide Radiological services, medical equipment, medical supplies, Medications and furniture upon national guidelines.
Advance implementing Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Health facilities buildings, to provide safe water supply, safe medical waste management, and proper sanitation”
- Capacity Building for HWS
Advance Life Support – COVID19 prevention and treatment – Support delivering LMIC of MOPHP guidelines – warehouse management and Case management on CMR GVB.
- Noncommunicable Diseases
Rehabilitation services and assistive device provision, including post-operative rehabilitation for trauma-related injuries.
Inpatient care for the management of medical disorders by specialized doctors (Internal medicine specialists).
- Communicable Diseases
Management of severe and/or complicated communicable diseases (such as severe dengue, measles with pneumonia, cerebral malaria, and others).
IEC, Diagnosis, management, and follow-up of TB patients.