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Cairo Healthy Neighborhood Program In an effort to help USAID field missions effectively program child health resources in urban slums, USAID Asia Near East (ANE) Regional Bureau launched an Urban Health Initiative. Under the Initiative, EHP is implementing the Cairo Healthy Neighborhood Program with support from USAID/Egypt and USAID/EGAT/Urban Programs. 

EHP recently undertook a situation analysis including a quantitative household survey via the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS). The results of the surveys were presented to a Cairo urban health community-level stakeholders’ meeting in May, and neighborhood priorities for action were identified. Read morePhotos of Cairo Urban Health Community-level Stakeholders’ Meeting, May 2003Photos of Donor/Government of Egypt-level Stakeholders’ Meeting, July 2003 
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