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2017

Reduction of morbidity and mortality related to severe acute malnutrition through integrated outpatient therapeutic feeding program(OTP) among Dusamareb IDPs and drought affected host communities in Dusamareb district, Galgaduud region

Somalie

Titre : Reduction of morbidity and mortality related to severe acute malnutrition through integrated outpatient therapeutic feeding program(OTP) among Dusamareb IDPs and drought affected host communities in Dusamareb district, Galgaduud region.

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1 2017/Nut/INGO/4550

Durée : 15/02/2017 — 15/08/2017

Présentation
Climatic shocks exacerbated by El- NINO phenomena, continued insecurity and armed conflict, recurrent humanitarian right violation, political instability and lack of basic services contribute to high level of protracted humanitarian needs in Somalia. As a result, Swisso-Kalmo will intervene with the project title : Reduction of morbidity and mortality related to severe acute malnutrition through integrated outpatient therapeutic feeding program(OTP) among Dusamareb IDPs and drought affected host communities in Dusamareb district, Galgaduud region and objective of contribution to reduction of mortality and morbidity among 8422 beneficiaries ; Children U5 (2100 boys and 2450 girls) and 3840 PLWs that result from acute malnutrition by treating uncomplicated SAM and integrating with basic nutrition service package(BNSP) services linked to WASH and health programs in the drought affected settlements among Dusamareb district inhabitants will have the Outcome as Increased access to emergency nutrition services to children under five and pregnant and lactating women in drought affected populations living in Dusamareb District and activities as : Screening and treatment of 3840 (2800 pregnant women and 1040 lactating women) and 4550 (2100 boys and 2450 girls) with acute malnutrition ; Screening and treatment of 4550 (2100 boys and 2450 girls) of severe acute malnutrition in children 0-59months ; Provision of prevention and management of common childhood illnesses (Malaria, Diarrhoea and Pneumonia) ; Training of 32(16 male and 16 female) Nutrition staff in Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition ; Training of 32(16 male and 16female) Nutrition staff in Expanded Program on Immunization and Nutrition Health and Hygiene Promotion ; Training 40(20 male and 20 female) Community Nutritional Workers in basic Infant Young Child Feeding (IYCF-E) ; Providing of multiple micro nutrients to 2800 pregnant women and 1040 lactating women ; Provision of 4550 children (2100 boys and 2450 girls) 6-59 months with Multiple Micro Nutrient Supplementation ; Provide Individual counselling and/or breastfeeding support for 1040 mothers of SAM children admitted to the program ; Provision of immunization to 4550 children under five (2100 boys and 2450 girls) 6-59 months with penta 3 and measles vaccines ; Provide Immunization services to 2800 pregnant women with tetanus vaccine ; Providing 4550 children (2100 boys and 2450 girls) 6-59 months with deworming tablets at the nutrition sites ; Provide maternal and child health and nutrition promotion messages using billboards and bronchures and other IEC materials and Facilitation and distribution of WASH items to beneficiaries

Bénéficiaires
The target population for this project is specifically the IDPs and the host community ; The project will primarily target children 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women with screening and Treatment of SAM/MAM cases. The two groups will be identified through screening that will be done by both Community health workers and project staff. Community health workers will carry out routine screening, as part of their day to day activities, but will also be involved in mass screening which will be done Quarterly. The project is also expected to women of child bearing age and caregivers, that might not have children with malnutrition

Porteur du projet : SWISSO - Kalmo

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 92,709.62 $

United Nations Development Group

Page publiée le 22 juillet 2017, mise à jour le 8 avril 2018