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Table 1 MISP Standard

From: Reproductive health services for Syrian refugees in Zaatri Camp and Irbid City, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: an evaluation of the Minimum Initial Services Package

The major objectives and priority activities that comprise the MISP include [2]: ENSURE the health sector/cluster identifies an agency to lead implementation of the MISP. The lead RH organization: • RH Officer in place • Meetings to discuss RH implementation held • RH Officer reports back to health cluster/sector • RH kits and supplies available and used PREVENT AND MANAGE the consequences of sexual violence: • Protection system in place especially for women and girls • Clinical care available for survivors of rape • Community aware of services REDUCE HIV transmission: • Ensure safe blood transfusion practice • Facilitate and enforce respect for standard precautions • Make free condoms available PREVENT excess maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality: • Emergency obstetric and newborn care services available • 24/7 referral system established • Clean delivery kits provided to birth attendants and visibly pregnant women • Community aware of services PLAN for comprehensive RH services, integrated into primary health care (PHC) • Collect existing background data • Identify suitable sites for future service delivery of comprehensive RH services • Coordinate ordering RH equipment and supplies based on estimated and observed consumption • Assess staff capacity to provide comprehensive RH services and plan for training/retraining of staff ADDITIONAL priority activities • Ensure contraceptives are available to meet the demand • Syndromic treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is available to patients presenting with symptoms • Antiretrovirals (ARVs) are available to continue treatment for people already on ARVs, including for prevention of mother-to-child transmission. • Ensure that culturally appropriate menstrual protection materials are distributed to women and girls.