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About Us

About Us

Improving health is Our Main Goal

SHINE Supply falls under the Somali Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE) umbrella. The Programme is funded by UK aid from the UK government. Running between 2016 and 2021, SHINE aims to improve the health and nutrition status of Somalis, with a particular focus on women and children.

Mott MacDonald is an implementing partner in the overall SHINE umbrella, working in collaboration with five agencies contracted by DFID Somalia:

  • SHINE Supply – led by Mott MacDonald, the consortium includes Charlie Goldsmith Associates (CGA), Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET), Medical Aid Films (MAF) and International Procurement Agency (IPA)
  • Community Health and Nutrition and Health Systems Strengthening (CHANGE) – led by Population Services International (PSI);
    Somali Advocates for Health and Nutrition (SAHAN) also implemented by Population Services International (PSI);
  • The health and nutrition Commodity Security component implemented by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF); and
  • The family planning Commodity Security component implemented by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

SHINE Supply will be implemented from 1 July 2018 until 31 March 2021 in the regions of Awdal and Togdheer in Somaliland and Galgaduud and Banadir in the Federal Republic of Somalia. The Programme will work closely with the Somali Health Authorities to achieve the following two broad objectives:

  1. Deliver the Essential Package of Health Services (EPHS) to 2 million people: Increase access, utilisation and quality of health services across all levels especially for women, children and vulnerable populations through the delivery of the EPHS.
  2. Health Systems Strengthening (HSS): Strengthen the health system under the stewardship of the Somali Health Authorities (SHAs).