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2019

Humanitarian Support to Vulnerable Populations in Burkina Faso (HuSuVuBu)

Burkina Faso

Titre : Humanitarian Support to Vulnerable Populations in Burkina Faso (HuSuVuBu)

Pays : Burkina Faso

Partenaire (s) : World Food Programme

Période d’exécution : 01.01.2019 // 31.12.2019

Overall goal
The overall objective of the project is to save lives, reduce malnutrition and protect communities’ livelihoods, thus promoting stability and contributing to Zero Hunger in Burkina Faso. The Austrian contribution will support Strategic Outcome 3 of the Burkina Faso Country Strategic Plan : Nutritionally vulnerable populations in targeted areas, including children aged 6–59 months, pregnant and lactating women and girls and anti-retroviral therapy clients, have improved nutrition status all year.

Target group / Beneficiaries : The overall objective of the project is to save lives, reduce malnutrition and protect communities’ livelihoods, thus promoting stability and contributing to Zero Hunger in Burkina Faso. The Austrian contribution will support Strategic Outcome 3 of the Burkina Faso Country Strategic Plan : Nutritionally vulnerable populations in targeted areas, including children aged 6–59 months, pregnant and lactating women and girls and anti-retroviral therapy clients, have improved nutrition status all year.

Activities
WFP will provide nutritional support in form of nutritious and fortified "protective rations" to children aged 6 to 23 months with 200g of SuperCereal Plus and to Pregnant and Lactating Women with 200g of SuperCereal and 15g of vegetable oil. WFP combines blanket supplementary feeding activities with general distributions targeting IDPs with a food basket comprised of cereals, pulses and vegetable oil. This reduces the risk of stunting among children, as well as the risks of further aggravating the nutritional situation of women in times of vulnerability.

Financement : € 821.901,00

Austrian Development Agency

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