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2019

Provision of Integrated Humanitarian Response for Vulnerable Populations in Somalia

Somalie

Titre : Provision of Integrated Humanitarian Response for Vulnerable Populations in Somalia

Pays : Somalie

Date/Durée : 01/10/2019 — 30/09/2020

Objectif (s)
This project will provide a package of life-saving integrated interventions for women and children affected by conflict and acute malnutrition in South Central Somalia, Somaliland and Puntland regions, as well as IDP settlements. Through this project, UNICEF will provide integrated interventions through fixed and mobile outreach to enable communities to access quality primary health care, nutrition and WASH services and build resilience against repeated shocks. Objective 1 : Reduced morbidity and mortality from maternal and child health-related conditions amongst targeted IDP and host community populations. Objective 2 : Treatment of 5,000 children affected by life threatening SAM in northern regions of Somalia. Objective 3 : Provision of a comprehensive package of nutrition promotional and preventative services for 9,200 children under 5 years and 2,300 pregnant and lactating women (PLW). Objective 4 : Provision of gender responsive and protection sensitive access to WASH services for 56,400 people in areas affected by drought and other emergencies. Output 1.1 : Pregnant and lactating women have access to Basic Emergency Obstetric and neonatal care (antenatal care, skilled birth deliveries, postnatal care, newborn care) and referral of complicated cases. Output 1.2 : Children under-5 and women have access to promotive and preventive services (including immunization) at both community and health facility levels. Output 2.1 : Improved, integrated, quality basic nutrition services for children and PLW, including IDPs, are available. Output 2.2 : Individuals, households and communities have improved knowledge of essential nutrition behaviours and increased capacity to plan manage and monitor recurrent shocks and stresses. Output 3 : 56,400 people affected by drought, conflict and other emergencies provided with access to safe water supply and improved sanitation services.

Actors : UNICEF - Children’s Fund – PRT

Financement : €2,000,000.00

Présentation : Open Aid Be

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